When I moved to Houston 17 years ago I had to do some research to find a trail of any decent length. There is the
I had been stressing for about an hour already. The mid-afternoon sun was beginning to turn the dark yellowish color that signals sunset is an hour or two away, and I couldn’t find a campsite.
We left the forest and walked onto the prairie – two hike guides, a guest family of three, and me taking up the rear. One
Last July 4, hundreds of armed men and women, many wearing camouflage and bearing the confederate flag, arrived at the Gettysburg National Park, ready to
This originally appeared on the Armand Bayou Nature Center’s Wild About blog. Cooler weather and shorter days are coming up fast. One of my favorite
It was a remarkable sight. At the 2019 State of the Union address, women of all races and ages stood on a circular staircase in
This originally appeared in The Trek. Ambreen Tariq is a Muslim, an immigrant, an activist, and an outdoor enthusiast. She describes herself as a proud
This originally appeared in the Houston Chronicle. Jovita Idar stood in front of the building that housed the equipment of El Progreso, the Spanish-language newspaper