When a boy is happiest—playing with fire and beverage of choice in hand (in this case, hot cocoa). ❤️🙂 It’s rare that we have a campfire when camping anymore. We promote low impact camping, so in places and times of year when it’s appropriate, it is a special treat! Take your kids outside, teach them responsible land use and appreciation for the wonders of the planet, and they will always have a place they can go to reconnect. • Check current fire conditions and restrictions in your area. • Buy/use local wood (also check wood collection rules)
• Never leave a fire or anything smoking unattended. Put campfires dead out with water or dirt. Most human-caused wildfires are started by a campfire that was not completely smothered.
I’ve mentioned this before, but growing up nobody mistook me for an avid outdoorsman. In recent years I’ve found myself being drawn to open spaces more and more. I would say this drive is born out of a sense of adventure, but I think it’s more than that. Interacting with nature helps me recalibrate my perspective. It gives me an opportunity to reevaluate what’s truly important and let go of what isn’t. When things start to feel heavy or I feel like I’m in a cycle I don’t like I know it’s time to go stare at the ocean. Nature helps us feel small in a good way, and I think we could use more of that sometimes✌🏾PC📷: @honeysuckle_photo
I got to spend the afternoon with my favorite people at my favorite place. When I step onto Big Talbot I feel like I’m transported to a different world. The constant battle between the ocean and coastline creates a jungle gym of twisted limbs washed white from years of salt abuse. It’s a playground for all ages and I have a unique experience every time I go. There’s a brief hike to get down to the beach with lookout points along the way. If you haven’t been, I highly encourage you to check it out🤙🏾 PC📷: @honeysuckle_photo
There comes a point where sometimes you need an adventure to regather yourself a bit. Our post this week shares 5 signals we have learned to recognize that we have reached that point. ——✨ Link is in bio ✨ See if you are due for a spontaneous adventure. #learnedbyus#adventureawaits
Come camp with us March 30th-April 1st and enjoy a fun filled Eggs-travaganza and 2.5K.! Hike through our grounds in search of prize filled eggs and enjoy a visit from the Easter Bunny! All proceeds raised from the 2.5K will be donated to Care Camp!
What I hate about winter: the lakes are frozen and the reflections are gone. However, in this case the cracked ice definitely added some spice to the shot.
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FOREST BATHING eller SHINRIN-YOKU på Japanska. Shinrin-Yoku är en kombination av mycket långsam vandring på mjuka stigar i park eller skog, med guidade förslag och aktiviteter som kan öppna våra sinnen för att uppleva naturen på ett nytt vis. När vi ”skogsbadar” tillbringar vi alltså en tid i skogen på ett särskilt närvarande sätt, med våra sinnen i en fördjupande kontakt med den omgivande miljön.
Shinrin-Yoku (森林浴) är en japansk term som betyder att ”ta in skogsatmosfären med alla sinnen” eller bokstavligen att ”skogsbada”. Den har fått sin utveckling i USA genom ”Nature and Forest Therapy” som här i Sverige kallas Natur och Skogsterapi eller bara Skogsterapi.🌳 ENGELSKA
Shinrin-Yoku is a combination of very slow walking on soft trails in the park or forest, with guided suggestions and activities that can open our minds to experience nature in a new way. When we "forest bathe" we spend time in the forest in a special way, with our minds in deep contact with the surrounding environment.
Shinrin-Yoku (森林 浴) is a Japanese term meaning "to enter the forest atmosphere with all the senses" or literally to "forest swim". It has developed its development in the United States through Nature and Forest Therapy, which here in Sweden is called Nature and Forestry therapy or Forestry therapy.
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