I Love The Outdoors

I love taking long walks, collecting my thoughts as I enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. I like camping, looking up at the stars, breathing in the fresh air. The beauty of nature is unmatched, and we should take more time to appreciate it.

missmisunderstood missmisunderstood
31-35, F
22 Responses Nov 21, 2009

I miss nature.

I so agree with you in every way. This is my center my focus in fact this IS what I plan to do today. For me, bliss is being able to feel the love that nature abundantly and consistently provides to me everyday. There isn't a day that I go without appreciating something from the outdoors. It is the most beautiful and warming and comforting feeling to be embraced by the magic of nature. I literally thank it for allowing me a place to just sit and be without asking for anything at all.

Not many days go by without me stopping what I'm doing and just looking around and marvel at this beautifull place we call home. Nature never ceases to amaze me.

The smell of the forest when I'm alone the trail. The crunch of snowshoes on virgin snow. Having the pleasure all to myself is like drinking from the fountain of youth

who dosent love nature!!

When im upset, i like to take a long walk and sit somewhere alone and watch the sun go down.

I agree. Nature is the best. my favorite place is Colorado. It is beautiful. I like places where you can see the stars at night.

Thanks mystergirlsky. What a wonderful way to put it!

I agree with u mother nature is so beatiful and each and every one of us mortals that wake up too a new day wether its rainning, snowing, or the sun shinning its another beatiful day too cherish with mother nature and her beauty! Great story, I would like too see more of ur writtings!!

extreme freesledding http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdONGWGpbXg we love nature

I too

I subcontract snake catching to the cat, June. He doesn't bring them back alive. It's okay with me.

i love to get muddy, catch snakes and skip rocks. i'm 27. :)

Theres nothing like a walk every day if possible:)

Location matters massively, Miss. If I'm camping in a swamp I'll need a tent I can suspend between the trees and a small boat. If I'm on mountain ridges, forget the boat. On windswept mountains a stream line tent that hugs the ground is more important. <br /><br />
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For the last few years, I've been doing most of my camping in Appalachian Mountains. It isn't anything like camping on the Outer Banks of North Carolina or the Everglades.

Lately, I've been camping on EP, WWH. But when I am able to enjoy the great outdoors, the location doesn't matter much.

Where do you go camping?

I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who enjoys time alone with nature. :)

I agree..

So true....


me too