Bradley Rutherford knows his mangroves. And his turtles, barracudas, kayaks, caves, estuaries, needlefish, sharks and much more! And if you can’t find him at the water’s edge on Grand Bahama island he’s probably nearby somewhere filling up a garbage bag with the litter that other’s left on the trail or taking care of the home that he loves. His work with container ships as a younger man prepared him for a long run as a tour guide for Grand Bahama Nature Tours. For over 10 ye
Melissa Constanzer, a professional broadcast meteorologist with AccuWeather, will run for miles in temperatures ranging from 9 degrees above zero to 97 degrees above zero. That wide spectrum of commitment to getting outside combined with her thorough knowledge and passion for weather is why she is our Wonder Guide for episode 14. Melissa and her husband Matt at the Mainland Ice Caves, Apostle Islands, Wisconsin. Stories that Help Everyone Despite her vast knowledge of math an
Ranger Ted is Your Wonder Guide Yours truly is your Wonder Guide for episode 13! I’ll break down some simple, easy, fun and useful ways to wonder.
This episode I’m going to be your Wonder Guide. And I’m going to do that by giving you some concrete steps that will inspire and motivate you get outside more easily often and confidently. WONDER is the key. It’s easy to speed right on by that word. We’ve got texts to return, kids at home on zoom school, bill’s to pay and endles