World Snake Day Celebration

Pismo Preserve

World Snake Day at the Pismo Preserve

July 16, 2021 – 4:00 – 7:00

Anytime I can, I help a snake across the road.

Snakes seem mysterious but really, like with some things, the more we can learn about their nature, environments, and family life, our understanding of snakes will evolve. Cheers and see you out there! 🪱

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World Snake Day Celebration

Pismo Preserve

World Snake Day at the Pismo Preserve

July 16, 2021 – 4:00 – 7:00

Anytime I can, I help a snake across the road.

Snakes seem mysterious but really, like with some things, the more we can learn about their nature, environments, and family life, our understanding of snakes will evolve. Cheers and see you out there! 🪱

Here is Great preparedness information for your life’s toolbox: 🦾 Tips for Using an Emergency Beacon in the Backcountry — Washington Trails Association

Life is unpredictable and, despite your best preparation for a hike, you may get into trouble. If you do, having a device that can call for rescue may save your life, or the life of someone else.
— Read on www.wta.org/go-outside/trail-smarts/an-emergency-beacon-could-save-your-life-in-the-backcountry

Saturday, a great day to go for a hike—anywhere. 🥾

There’s nothing like getting outside and breathing in some fresh air. What makes that even sweeter is being among the trees and hills and I know not everyone has access to hills and woods near home, but there is always a place to hike—somewhere if you look around.

Flatland hilly land barren land woodsy land, heck even a hilly neighborhood will do. A beach even!

Get out there and take some time to get stronger and healthier, it’s worth it—we are worth it.

Cheers🥾

Hiking fans/Trail runners, here is some useful information for when we are out in the wilderness/woods/any trail really, hiking. 🌲🌵⛰ How (and Why) to Know Your Hiking Pace — Washington Trails Association

When planning for a hike or backpacking trip, you likely have an idea of how long you’d like to be out. Maybe you want to squeeze in a morning hike before the afternoon rain rolls in, or maybe you just need to make it to your campsite by sundown. Either way, it’s going to be easier to plan if you know how long it takes you to hike from point A to point B — also known as your hiking pace.
— Read on www.wta.org/go-outside/trail-smarts/how-and-why-to-know-your-hiking-pace