Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Saturday, April 10, 2014 Nature Hike @ Lime Hollow, Cortland, NY

On Saturday April 10th we will be leading a 3 mile Nature Hike for members of The Syracuse Outdoor Adventure Club, a Meetup group. If you are a member of that group sign up on their site. Not a member? Check them out at: .
It's limited to 15 participants so register ASAP if you want to join us. Any problems contact me at:

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

1st NY 2104 event- Nature Hike at Lime Hollow this Sunday

We are now on our Central New York outings schedule. And here is the first one of the season. We have 5 openings for an event this Sunday in conjunction with a Meetup group.
You MUST email  or call me for a reservation if you want to join us.
Here are the details:

Spring Nature Hike at Lime Hollow near Cortland

·         Sunday, April 27, 2014
3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
·         1st Gracie Road Parking Area
Gracie Road - Crossroad/ Lime Hollow Road, Cortland, NY(edit map)
Red Jeep with black signs in the 1st Gracie Road parking area. Problems? Roger's cell is 386-956-6089. See specific directions below to get to the correct parking lot.
·         Join naturalist and author Roger Fulton on a 3 mile trek along the trails on the Lime Hollow Preserve. We'll explore how the flora and fauna are waking up to this new season we call Spring. The trails are easy to moderate with little elevation change. Good footwear is recommended. Hiking shoes or boots are best. The pace will be moderate with frequent stops to enjoy and discuss what we find along the trails.
Sorry, no dogs allowed on this portion of the preserve.
We will meet at the 1st Gracie Road parking area; not at the Visitors Center. Specific directions are as follow: 
From I-81 take Exit 12 (Cortland/Homer) and follow Route 281 south for 3.2 miles and turn right onto McLean Road. Follow it 2.0 miles and turn left onto Lime Hollow Road. Take an immediate right onto Gracie Road. Follow it .3 miles and you will see a large parking area with a kiosk on your left. The hike starts across the road from the parking area. 
Along the trails we will explore active beaver activities, nesting geese, early wildflowers and a host of other "nature stuff".
You are welcome to join us. Just make a reservation.
386-956-6089, afternoons or evenings.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

April 12th, 6 Mile Hike at Longleaf Pine Preserve, Rte. 44 Deland, FL

We have about 4 spots available to join us on a group hike from 3-6 pm on April 12th, 2014 at Longleaf Pine Preserve. It is flat and open, mostly on service roads. There is an option for an additional 1 mile hike around Lake Tuscarora. Good shoes and long pants are recommended. No flip flops or open toed shoes. Bring plenty of water. Reservations are required and can be made by emailing me at: Hope you can join us.
Can't make this outing? Try checking out all of our Florida trail guides at:
Thanks for checking in,