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My name is Sara Beth and I’m a nature-loving weekend wanderer. I live for the weekend and am often found exploring Shenandoah National Park, hiking along the Potomac River, or enjoying other nearby outdoor opportunities. Exploring nature on the weekends is my way of finding balance in the work-first-and-always culture of DC.
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“You have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition. What you’ll discover will be wonderful. What you’ll discover is yourself.”
RECENT BLOG POSTS
To celebrate the end of 2017, Nature Tech Family hosted a special Best of 2017 #FindYourPark photo challenge. This time around, the photo challenge showcased our favorite memories from our national parks and public lands. While I participated solely on Twitter, others...read more
I am so far behind on my holiday shopping this year and I only have a few days to finish up. As I was looking, I found some great last minute gifts for outdoor enthusiasts and wanted to share them with you. I've broken them into four categories for easier viewing:...read more
About Crown Jewel Wilderness by Lauren Danner Have you ever wondered how your favorite national parks came to be? Specifically, do you know what forces were in play when the boundary of your favorite national park was formed? In her new book, author Lauren Danner...read more
Founded in 1749 by three Scottish merchants, the city of Alexandria, Virginia, celebrates its Scottish heritage with its annual Scottish Christmas Walk Weekend. The Scottish Christmas Walk Weekend draws crowds of nearly 30,000 people to the Old Town district of...read more
The following is a personal and unsupported review of Deluxe Mountain Cabin with Yoga Studio and Views, a Lost River, West Virginia cabin rental we booked through Airbnb. A much-needed escape from DC The weekend before my ankle surgery we decided to turn a planned...read more
Instagram launched the ability to save photos way back in December 2016. A few months later in the spring, they added a feature called Collections. The Collections feature allows users to digitally save photos in albums. In a way, it's similar to Pinterest, but no one...read more