Adventures large and small

I highly doubt anyone will ever read this.

Being outdoorsy, adventurous, loving nature…these have become increasingly popular as more young people flock to fresh air and lovely scenery and a deeper appreciation for our earth. We go to farmer’s markets for our produce. We buy our milk from local dairies. We reduce, reuse, and recycle. We spend our weekends hiking and our weekdays studying the animals and plants and ecosystems we’ve grown to love. There are a million young people just like me, convinced we can make a difference if we just try, and I’m sure half a million of those have blogs.

I think that’s wonderful. I want this blog buried beneath a sea of glorious wildlife photography, a tidal wave of recipes using seasonal produce, a mountain of words about adventures in beautiful places. I want to know that millions of other people care about these places and animals as much as I do.

In the meantime, I’m going to write here and hope that anyone who does stumble across it takes something away. I’ll write about hikes I take, birds I encounter in my master’s project, art projects large and small. Because what’s the point of adventures if you can’t share them?

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  1. Dave Bramlage says:

    Hi Danielle, I believe you have really found your niche in life. That is something the so many people, young and old, never do. You have a passion, never lose it. You can love many things and people in your life, but if you don’t love what you do on a daily basis, and want to get up every day to do it, life will pass you by. I am glad your Mom passed your blog on to me, I enjoyed reading about your adventures…

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    1. Thanks so much Dave 🙂

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