Photos

Winter 2010

Florida Bay Sunrise

Wrestling Diamondback Rattlesnakes

Reflection


Wood Stork


July 2010

Badin Lake, Uwharie National Forest, North Carolina

Ave Maria Grotto, Cullman, Alabama

Replica of Lourdes at the Ave Maria Grotto

Houston Campground, Bankhead National Forest, Houston, Alabama

Ouachita Mountains, Lake Sylvia, Arkansas

June 2010Blue Ridge Mountains

 
5/20/2010
Washington, DC

The Metro Blue Line

First Look at DC

WW II Memorial

Along the Wall

 
5/17/2010
Assateague National Seashore

Walkway to the Ocean
 
Wild horses of Assateague

View of the bay from camp

Tree on the beach
5/15/2010
Cape Hatteras National Seashore  and Virginia Beach, VA

The dunes at Oregon Inlet

 


Restoring the Bodie Island Light House


The Cape Hatteras Light House


The Wright Brothers Memorial at Kitty Hawk
5/3/2010
Uwharrie National Forest, North Carolina

Lake Badin

Floating Fishing Pier

Mushroom along the trail

On the porch at the ElDorado Outpost

Lake Skiing

White Wildflowers

4-20-2010
Lake Russell Campground, Chattahoochee National Forest

Creek leading to the Lake

The road along the lake

Part of the Lake Russell Trail

4-10-2010
Pictures from Ocean Pond Campground in the Osceola National Forest

Nearby Civil War Battlefield

 

3-15-2010
These pictures are from Juniper Springs in the Ocala National Forest:


 


3-07-2010
Here are some pictures from Everglades National Park and Big Cypress Nayional Preserve.

Wood Stork

Shark Valley, Everglades NP

Roseate Spoonbill Feeding

Foggy Sunrise at Big Cypress

Backwoods Bike Trail at Everglades NP

Foggy Morning at Flamingo Camp - Everglades NP

Michael John Charley - One of the best!

Shenandoah Valley

Lots of deer in the park

View from an overlook

View from the trail

8 Responses to Photos

  1. amy says:

    My GOODNESS that’s beautiful.

  2. JC Steele says:

    I thought I was keeping up but there are so many photos here that I missed. I love this format where I can check out all your beautiful photos. You have the makings of a beautiful coffee table book. Keep up the good play.

  3. Karilyna says:

    We went to the Outer Banks a couple of years ago and loved it. May is an ideal time to go, weatherwise and also before the crowds descend. Okracoke was very beautiful and we camped just over the dunes from the ocean. We stayed at OCRACOKE CAMPGROUND (NC), Cape Hatteras National Seashore, NC (recreation.gov). We went next to Cape Point, near Nags Head, but it will not open until May 28 this year. Mosquito repellant and sun screen are a must as you probably already know. This place is part of living the dream to us. Glad you are going. Keep us posed.

  4. Karla Demaske says:

    Andy- JC has a great idea (as usual!) – you should make this blog of your journey around the US into a book. Hope you’re having a good time. I am enjoying watching your journey. If you make it to northwest Wisconsin – you better look me up!

  5. Karla says:

    Juniper Springs looks so pretty! Thanks for sharing Andy!

  6. susan says:

    Hey Andy!

    Thanks for pointing me here…I lost track of your blog when you changed the name from the Tao of Andy I guess…was wondering why I coudn’t find it.

    Love these! thanks for sharing your journey with us. Have fun this weekend with M!!

  7. beverly chandler says:

    Andy, you are so fortunate to be able to follow your dream of visiting all these beautiful places! What a man! You had a dream and you worked to achieve it! I’m honored to kinow you!

  8. Fran Eliason says:

    It is so nice to be able to read all your posts. My wife Sharon and I also love to travel. If you make it back around to Florida again please let us know and we can have a cook out and swim. Stay healthy Fran. PS West coast area Tampa

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