Stuart-Palm City 5-Mile Bike Loop

The views along this 5-mile loop can be spectacular, depending on the weather. Sunrise is my favorite time to pedal this route, but the YouTube movie below, except for the cell phone photos inserted, was taken midmorning on an April Tuesday.  I used an Akaso Brave 6 action camera. The bridges provide great exercise, an extra bonus.  Continue reading “Stuart-Palm City 5-Mile Bike Loop”

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Akaso Brave 6 – Getting to Know You

I bought an Akaso Brave 6 action camera almost three weeks ago. The YouTube video below was taken on a bright sunny day on what I thought would be a quiet ride through Peck Lake Park. Instead, I headed north on Gomez Road in Hobe Sound past Gomez Preserve and just over the boundary into Seabranch Preserve State Park and then returned to Peck Lake Park. This is almost four miles, not quite, round trip. Short and sweet. Continue reading “Akaso Brave 6 – Getting to Know You”

Halpatiokee to Hosford Park

I’ve been to Halpatiokee Regional Park many times and walked along the trails, even walking the mountain bike trail one time. I like the shady walking path along the river. Thursday, after parking the car at Halpatiokee, near the beginning of the mountain bike trail, I rode over to nearby Hosford Park to discover what is there.  Continue reading “Halpatiokee to Hosford Park”

Rio Nature Park

pink_roadLast Sunday I rode my bicycle from Shepard Park over to Rio Nature Park. I decided to take Old Dixie and cross over the Old Roosevelt Bridge. Upon leaving Shepard’s parking lot, I rode along the pink bricks of SE Atlanta Avenue, and then along the sidewalk until I reached Old Dixie under the new bridge. The bridge opened while I was crossing which gave me an opportunity to watch some dolphins and gaze at boats. I suggest you follow Old Dixie crossing over the railroad tracks when you reach Alice Street, then turn left and it is a short distance to the park. Continue reading “Rio Nature Park”

Twin Rivers Park-Maggy’s Hammock Park

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Tomé mi bicicleta en el auto hasta Manatee Park en Port Salerno y estacioné allí para comenzar mi paseo del jueves por la mañana a Twin Rivers Park y Maggy’s Hammock Park.  Continue reading “Twin Rivers Park-Maggy’s Hammock Park”

Seabranch Preserve – Gomez Preserve

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Encontrará un amplio sendero pavimentado en Seabranch Preserve State Park en Hobe Sound, Florida. Desde el estacionamiento, recorra aproximadamente dos millas a través de Seabranch mientras conduce su bicicleta hacia Gomez Preserve. El sendero de grava que monté en Gomez Preserve fue corto y fácil de manejar para mi bicicleta plegable. Continue reading “Seabranch Preserve – Gomez Preserve”

Rustic Hills

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Rustic Hills, Palm City, FL

Fui a dar un paseo en bicicleta en un día nublado en marzo a través de la comunidad de Rustic Hills en Palm City, Florida. El límite de velocidad para los automóviles es de 10 mph con topes de velocidad en todas partes. El puente cubierto es encantador. Se pueden ver barcos por todas partes. Este es otro de esos lugares que me recuerdan a la vieja Florida y disfruto de la mezcolanza de casas. No hay dos iguales.  Continue reading “Rustic Hills”