Any trip to grandma’s house includes coffee cake: the rolling out of bed, padding down the stairs and smelling that heavenly combination of cinnamon sugar crystallizing in butter in the oven. The cake always comes accompanied by freshly cut fruit, hot coffee and familial laughter. I suggest you do the same.
Peach Tree Rock Heritage Preserve offers explorers a number of options, from a 2.3 mile loop to a 4.5 mile extended jaunt. Escape the notorious heat of the region by trekking along the dirt path, offering a nice variety of slow ascents and declines, and then emerge from the treeline to get your Vitamin D, while soft sand tests your calf muscles.
Officially called the Ritch Grissom Memorial Viera Wetlands, lather up the family in lots of sunscreen and walk these trails, built through wetlands created to process wastewater naturally. You can go up to 2.4 miles, do it twice for more, or cut it short – just be sure to bring water and wear a hat. Otherwise, the wild wind will be the only thing protecting you from the hot Florida sun.
Your Evergreen issues for the week of April 17, 2018 include flooding and mudslides impacting the Hawaiian island of Kauai, a new report outlining how much food our grocery stores are throwing out and the research into a bug that could solve the world plastic pollution crisis.
Earth Day 2018 is Sunday, April 22, so what better excuse to revamp your lunch game with sustainable products? The EPA estimates the average American creates 4.5 pounds of trash every day. We scoured the web to find five products that don’t just make your day easier – they make the planet happy, too.
I don’t know what’s going on, but as the sleepy buds poke out of the ground and the trees start blooming again, there seem to be quite a few lovers calling it quits, or at […]