Our family has a history with bees that dates all the way back to 1985. Now, as we contemplate adding apiarist to our lifestyle choices, I thought it’d be a good time to share hints of our infamous past with bees.
We joined some volunteers to cleanup a local boat landing and recreation area! The successes of the day have led us to begin planning the next one. Find out more here!
After our wedding we spent the week exploring the WMAs of north Georgia! We had a great time visiting the Chatthoochee-Oconee National Forest and learning about its history and fauna.
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For our honeymoon we spent a week in North Georgia exploring the Blue Ridge Mountains near Elijay GA. We’d found a cozy little cabin deep in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest on the lower slopes of Wolfpen Mountain. Our adventures were many and I’ll provide greater detail of them and the places we visited in the week ahead. For now, We’d like to share a collection of images from the journey!
Live video of our wedding will be streamed at 3:00 PM EST, March 20th, 2021. The service is taking place in the Broken Oak Forest of Radium Acres.
With all the wedding preparations our time has been limited, and in the hubbub, we have had little time to go on adventures or write about the ones we have had. Further, we have decided to make some changes to both our content and our approach.
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With all the excitement that came with the end of 2020, we decided to take a bit of a sabbatical. It was necessary time that we took to explore our actions and motives and to properly adapt and frame them for the road ahead of us. We are overjoyed—and anticipating …
During our recent dive into the history of River Creek, we discovered that it’s one of the best examples of a Longleaf Pine/Wiregrass Ecosystem, and that in recent years efforts have been made to repopulate Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers in the area. These were the leading factors in our decision to get …
River Creek, the Ralph and Alexandra Kauka Wildlife Management Area is a mouthful, the name stands out in a list because of, well, the names. Despite the curiosity, we delayed visiting Rivercreek, in much the same way as we avoided Chickasawhatchee WMA. Since our initial strategy for selecting WMAs had been to visit those farther from …