Cait, Eliza, and I decided go canoeing on the Hillsborough River this weekend.  This park’s canoe/kayaking rental operation will allow you to take a nature trip downstream, and then even pick you up in a magic school bus at the end…no really, a school bus.  On the Hillsborough River you are guaranteed to see, Read More


I took another trip to Hillsborough River State Park.  This time to visit a rebuilt version of the old Fort Foster.  In 1835, Florida was still considered a frontier land (despite it being on the same coast as the 13 colonies).  There was still an ever-present hostile relationship between the federal government  and the, Read More

Cait and I took a took a little hike of Hillsborough River State Park two weekends ago.  The park is a little known secret, and it offers something for almost everyone.  There is camping, hiking, a large swimming pool, a club house with concessions and golf carts for rent. Beyond that this park lies beside a, Read More

School has been a full time gig (maybe two), so I haven’t been able to make any posts.  This should be expected for the next two semesters.  That being said, I can always find time to post pictures.  Last weekend a buddy of mine stopped over after playing GI Joe for the weekend. About, Read More

A week late, I’ve decided to follow up on all the events of last weekend. Around Wednesday, I was trying to mentally prepare for the arduous task of fully moving out of my old apartment. Although, Cait and I moved down to Tampa, our old apartment still housed some of our belongings. On Thursday,, Read More

Every Thursday after my Organic Chemistry lab at UF, I drive down to visit Cait in Tampa.  The drives are always boring, but the visits are always eventful, to say the least. Last weekend our friends, Michael and Melissa invited us to stay with them and some other friends at their cabin and go, Read More

The last month has been a really busy one. If not from classes, traveling/moving, kayaking, I’ve been tied up trying to get my bike repaired by Specialized in California. That’s right — a couple of days after owning the bike, I looked over at the seat tube as it sat next to me and, Read More