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My kids are larger than life! Pulling up to this cozy little house nestled in a quiet neighborhood with beautiful landscapinghow much is it? Its FREE! Yes FREE admission at this amazing El Cajon Water Conservation Garden. This is by far my new favorite place to bring the kids. I love reconnecting with nature and sharing it with my kids here.  Its right next to the Cuyamaca College and only took us 20 minutes to get there. Its open daily 9am-4pm except holidays. Pick up a scavenger hunt and…

My kids are larger than life! Pulling up to this cozy little house nestled in a quiet neighborhood with beautiful landscapinghow much is it? Its FREE! Yes FREE admission at this amazing El Cajon Water Conservation Garden. This is by far my new favorite place to bring the kids. I love reconnecting with nature and sharing it with my kids here. Its right next to the Cuyamaca College and only took us 20 minutes to get there. Its open daily 9am-4pm except holidays. Pick up a scavenger hunt and…

Bark Park Central-Deep Ellum Dog Park

Bark Park Central-Deep Ellum Dog Park

Missing one of my all-time favorite neighborhoods lately... Deep Ellum. Dallas, TX.

Missing one of my all-time favorite neighborhoods lately... Deep Ellum. Dallas, TX.

Tampa Bay Rays - "Bark in the Park Day" - April 21st - Rays VS Oakland A's! Bring your furry friend!

Tampa Bay Rays - "Bark in the Park Day" - April 21st - Rays VS Oakland A's! Bring your furry friend!

"Step 4: Take daily walks. Especially in cemeteries, parks, past houses with gardens, etc.  If you can find a pocked of green space in your neighborhood, of course there’ll be more nature there.  The cemetery by my house is a wellspring of nature moments!  Sure, it’s mowed to within an inch of it’s life (no pun intended) but I’ve found so much nature in that space: fungi, lichen, hawks, woodpeckers, a baby deer, interesting fall leaves and bark patterns, patches of spring wildflowers."

"Step 4: Take daily walks. Especially in cemeteries, parks, past houses with gardens, etc. If you can find a pocked of green space in your neighborhood, of course there’ll be more nature there. The cemetery by my house is a wellspring of nature moments! Sure, it’s mowed to within an inch of it’s life (no pun intended) but I’ve found so much nature in that space: fungi, lichen, hawks, woodpeckers, a baby deer, interesting fall leaves and bark patterns, patches of spring wildflowers."

Tree Faces from Woodland Trust.  Look for tree faces in your neighborhood or local park on a fall hike!

Tree Faces from Woodland Trust. Look for tree faces in your neighborhood or local park on a fall hike!

Overton Bark - 1.3-acre enclosed dog park with water fountains, clean-up stations, and an obstacle course.

Overton Bark - 1.3-acre enclosed dog park with water fountains, clean-up stations, and an obstacle course.

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