Moore Inspirations

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.

Since I’m on a roll with, 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