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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.”
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About A Walk for Sunshine by Jeff Alt Each year, thousands of people start a thru-hike of the entire 2,000+ mile Appalachian Trail (AT) that runs between Georgia and Maine. The trek is a feat of endurance and determination that takes on average nearly 6 months to...read more
This week, Park People focuses on participant's favorite books about parks and public lands. Each submission includes why each participant considers their book to be a favorite. Also, each image is an affiliate link. My plan for Park People was to not include...read more
After a couple years in DC, I began to hear about people venturing to Maryland to take pictures in sunflower fields. However, it wasn't until a few months ago that I started to pay attention after being bombarded with posts and ads about them on Facebook. After...read more
In honor of the National Park Service's 101st Birthday, my friends over at the Nature Tech Family blog decided to host another #FindYourPark photo challenge. I participated in the challenge on Twitter and wanted to share the my challenge photos with those of you who...read more
This week, Park People is focused on sharing favorite parks and public lands. As this is such a hot topic, I had to break this topic down into several posts that will be shared periodically over the next few months. So if you already submitted and don't see yours this...read more
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