101 Ways to Be Really Happy: Step #70– Get Back to Nature

One of my favorite happiness steps is one I practice on a daily basis: getting back to nature. Since I live 3 minutes from the San Antonio River, I like to walk my dogs there. We get quality-time together; we all get exercise; I frequently meet nice folks (either tourists or natives) and the scenery is spectacular. Being in nature is a spiritual experience for me since my philosophy is “God is in the trees.”

Part of the new northern extension of the River Walk.
Part of the new northern extension of the River Walk.

Since I’m on a roll with Meetup.com, I am listing the meetups happening in San Antonio over a one-week period that relate to getting back to nature.

If you can’t find a group that works for you, I would be very surprised.


Walk and play!

Morning Wildcat Loop Trail Hike at Rancho San Antonio

Shorter Hike for beginners without feeling generation gap

The Fox and the Hounds: A 2 mile Leon Creek Greenbelt Walk Beginning at Fox Park

Let’s Hike Potato Mountain in the DARK!

Social Weekend Getaway!!

ROADTRIP! Bluebonnets & Wine in Wimberley!

Wildflowers part 2…..

Bluebonnets, Blues and BBQ in the Texas Hill Country

Volunteer work at the Headwaters at UIW nature preserve

Springtime @ the Exotic Resort Zoo!

Lockhart State Park

Wildflowers Part 3 …. Castroville TX

Guadalupe River State Park – April 8-10

Day Trip – Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park

Landa Park & Hinman Island

Hike Crownridge Natural Area

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