Environmental quotes always broaden my thoughts, expand my mind, contemplate and appreciate the world around me.
Here are a few quotes that I recently came upon. I hope you enjoy.
When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world. ~John Muir
Man is a complex being: he makes deserts bloom – and lakes die. ~Gil Stern
There is hope if people will begin to awaken that spiritual part of themselves, that heartfelt knowledge that we are caretakers of this planet. ~Brooke Medicine Eagle
~Alan M. Eddison
The difference between animals and humans is that animals change themselves for the environment, but humans change the environment for themselves. ~Ayn Rand
Autumn has begun to set upon us turning the outdoors into a new world. Leaves are shedding their greens for hues of golds and reds. Slowly they’ll fall to the ground and temperatures will begin to drop. Fortunately, this does not signal the end of hiking season. Fall is my favorite time of year to grab the camera and head for the hills, or the desert. Here are a few tips to make the trip even more enjoyable.
* Layers are a must! Cooler mornings still lead to warm afternoons. It is important to stay comfortable. By using a polypro, fleece, and rain shell you’ll be doing fine!
* An early start will let you get the most out of your day. Sunset creeps up on us much sooner this time of year.
* Be prepared, have proper gear. Rain, snow, heat, Mother Nature can throw anything at you.
* Sun screen and sunglasses are still important, any time of year. Just because you’re not hot doesn’t mean the sun isn’t shining down on you.
* Snacks are a must! Trailmix, jerky, whatever your favorite, keeping up your energy makes for a longer hike. This includes staying hydrated.
* Be spontaneous! Nothing is better than a spur of the moment jaunt outdoors.
* Be respectful, as always, of where you’re traveling.
* Bring a friend. Lone hiking is wonderful, but sharing it can be just as joyous.
There are many other things you can do to make your outdoor adventure more enjoyable. These will help you get on your way.
I’ve always been a woman of the outdoors. Growing up in the mountains of north Idaho definitely lent a hand in fueling my passion. A deep appreciation of our environment and nature was ingrained in me since childhood. This is a special place, a place to cherish, to protect. A place to laugh, experience, and spend time in. As I grow so does my love for all things outdoor. In wanting to share that love along with an abundance of knowledge, Suniechick.com was born. Here you will find how to’s, recipes, environmental updates, and tales of my adventures.
I invite my sister outdoorswoman to contribute. Have a question or an experience you’d like to share? I’d love to hear it. Thankyou for visiting, and I look forward to the adventures ahead!