For me, Land Snorkeling… is about practicing the art of becoming one with Nature. It means turning off my computer and cell phone, then stepping outside into a magical world that enlivens all my senses. I love feeling the warmth … Continued
Very soothing, very informative and like you say, “free and fun”!
We did a lot of snorkeling in the first two weeks of September rafting the Grand Canyon. Those long quiet stretches between rapids on the Colorado are perfect for snorkeling, with the perspective changing moment to moment as the raft advances and turns.
Kent and Linda, Land Snorkelers from Bozeman, MT
As far as snorkeling around NYC, there are many surprising areas of green besides the obvious, Central Park, with its lawns, meadows, lakes of miniature sail boats, fountains, zoo, conservatory, marionette theater, boathouse, playgrounds, ice-skating rink, ball fields, a climbing … Continued
"Health Benefits to Children from Contact with the Outdoors and Nature" These Children & Nature Network (C&NN) Annotated Bibliographies of Research and Studies were written by Cheryl Charles, Ph.D., President, Children & Nature Network and Alicia Senauer, Yale University and … Continued
But Will It Make You Happy? By STEPHANIE ROSENBLOOM The New York Times Published: August 7, 2010 How one couple stepped off the work and spend treadmill, shed many of their belongings and donated them to charity, and right-sized their … Continued
My Summer Home By TIMOTHY EGAN From The New York Times Opinionator blog September 1, 2010 We slept on hard ground in the high, wind-raked expanse of Wyoming’s brown grasslands, and then thrilled at the very sight of the first … Continued
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSyskLRZ2Gg Mother Nature’s Child is a documentary film currently in production and expected to be released in the fall of 2010. The film explores nature’s powerful role in children’s health and development through the experience of toddlers, children in middle … Continued
Any introductory text you might want to add. . . "Your Brain on Computers: Outdoors and Out of Reach, Studying the Brain" The following is an excerpt from an article by Matt Richtel in the August 15, 2010 New York … Continued