Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Hootin Hollow

This is the view from the bottom of Hootin Hollow. This mile long trek led me down next to Norris Lake and back up to the Norris Dam State Park's campsite. I saw 3 squirrels, 2 deer, and some odd people in the campground (who might be worth a post of their own). I was able to walk the trail in less than hour even though I stopped several times to take in the surroundings.  I am trying to take advantage of every opportunity to get outdoors, we all should. I pledge to never pass an opportunity to explore new territory, Your pal the Envirocapitalist.


  1. As a guy who thinks likewise, I find it incredibly difficult to find the time to spend time outdoors. Life (work) is frantic for me right now and I feel the loss of connection to the land. A change is coming, but it sure is moving slowly.

  2. I love getting outside in the evenings and am lucky enough to have a view of a little thicket of wooded land behind my house-- amazing the birds, squirrels, deer, rabbits etc. that I can get still and quiet and observe. We must go hiking soon- Gabe. You are a great outdoorsman and guide.