I know it's been a few days since the last blog, but I've decided that if there really isn't much to blog about, then no blog for the day. This past week was a week of few things to mention. We took care of many day-to-day chores required by Fulltimers or by those who live in more traditional structures.
GeoCaching. I've talked about GeoCaching before, so no more comment on our love for that activity. Yesterday was a bright, clear day so off we went to Conservation Park just west of Panama City Beach, FL.
The following is taken from the Panama City Beach, FL Chamber of Commerce website:
The Conservation Park is 2,912 acres of total area (908 acres uplands and 2,004 acres wetlands) with 24 miles of trail length and 1 mile of boardwalks. The Conservation Park serves two fundamental principles: to protect and balance our natural resources while providing outdoor recreational opportunities. The 2,900+ acres of West Bay Ecosystem is protected by the management and utilization of the City's reclaimed water to rehydrate the wetlands. The Conservations Park's forestry management practices will also lead to ecosystem restoration and habitat improvements as certain species are removed and native species are reintroduced.
|Area of Controlled Burn|
|Lunch Time Break in the Pavillion|
We'll be back before we leave the area to attempt to locate the rest of the caches in the park. Most of the trails can also be explored via off-road bicycles, so we'll probably take our little fold-up bikes next time.
Thanks for stopping by and taking a look!