|July 27, 2001|
natural environment most appeals to you?3 Words: Alaska, Alaska, Alaska. It totally reeks of
awesomeness...I am planning to move to Alaska next summer...that will totally reek of
awesomeness. It has been a lifelong dream to live in Alaska...and now I am going for
it...I cannot wait...it totally reeks of awesomeness...
age unknown, parts unknown I like the seaside myself--not the "beach," with heat and lots of people, but the shore of Oregon/Northern California--white sand, austere rocks rising from the water, water frigid. a very lonely, somber place--very reflective. that's rpobably the type of natural environment I like best. Johanna, 18
OK USA I work at a local university and I am paid over 65K to help bridge the 'digital divide' or as I like to say empower the community towards 'digital inclusion'. I also teach at a different local university It would be nice to be paid more but I love my work and I make more than I did a year ago. I simply wish to make a difference to many
The deep forest.
The ocean...I love being on the coast.
I don't know. I'm not really one for the beach. Maybe more of a wilderness setting, with mountains and streams running by. Anywhere but the city.
Mountain woods with glacier-created lake nearby. Think Adirondacks.
I'm not certain exactly what you mean but here goes: I'm an 'outdoor' kind of person, go on hikes and stuff. My favorite habitat to walk in is the dark, green forest with a stream nearby and maybe a waterfall or two but to look for flowers and birds and other interesting things, I prefer a swamp (spring or fall. Never summer.)
When I have access to the comforts of home I appreciate second or third growth woodland. Virgin forest exists for trees and is not particularly friendly to other vegetation or to animals.
The seaside...not the sandy beachy kind of seaside, the rocky cliffside kinda place.
The ocean. I love the sounds, the smell, the mist, the power...and there aren't too many bugs!!!
I would definitely say the beach...the waves, the sand and sun - it is so refreshing and relaxing.
Since I grew up in the foothills of the Adirondacks, I strongly prefer a setting of hills, water and green trees. Living in western OPregon gives me this, and makes me much happier than I was in Florida. I could tolerate the heat there, but the flatness -- the highest point in Broward County is 29'
a beach by the ocean
I prefer a calm cool but warm environment with planty of trees and grass and birds and butterflies. I would like to be able to run around barefoot and not be too hot nor too cold.
Rivers with lots of trees hanging over the water.
The NJ shore. Just came back from it. Big sandy beaches. Water that isn't so cold that you turn blue and not so warm that you don't feel refreshed.
I love all kinds of nature - fields, ocean, mountains, hills, etc, etc. I spend a lot of time outdoors when I can. I would have to say, though, that my favorite natural setting is the woods. I love the trees, the cool shade, the wildlife, the plant life, etc.
DebThe natural environment that most appeals to me is the ocean. It is veryrelaxing and you don't have to worry about anything. The ocean calms my nerves and washes all my troubles away. Heather, 15
TX USA My mountains in Colorado. Karen, 21
Marshelltown/Ames, IA USA I like the visual appeal of the mountains. But I love to be at the shore (that's NJ for beach). I can sit and watch the ocean for hours. Go for a swim. The constant ebb and flow of the water is relaxing. Janet, 42
E. Brunswick, NJ USA Lots of pillows and blankets. Eric, 19
Beverly Hills, CA USA