Many people shun high summer in Washington. And when wildfire smoke merges with our usual brew of heat and humidity, the out of doors do not beckon. Indeed, on the…
Spend a spring morning exploring the verdant wooded trails of Rock Creek Park with naturalist Melanie Choukas-Bradley.
Autumn in the “City of Trees,” and from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Chesapeake Bay, is one long season of flowering, fruiting and vibrant color. Celebrate this magical time in some quirky ways!
The walk begins near Peirce Mill, the historic and recently restored grist mill that celebrates the region’s agrarian past.
Take a virtual spring stroll through Rock Creek Park under the newly leafed canopy. The wild azaleas are blooming and the wood thrush is back!
“There’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes.” Winter in Washington offers unparalleled beauty to the trained eye.
Here is my first blog post, written on a sunny and colorful October day in Washington, DC. I hope you’re finding solace in autumn beauty wherever you live!