Sunday, March 19, 2017

Happehatchee

Happehatchee was once a girl scout camp.  It is now a place for meditation, yoga, and other spiritual renewal activities.  Or, as the website says, "a place for peace and healing,"  mainly for women


It has a charming home-made feeling.


Julie is the director.  She discovered Happehatchee as a student at
Florida Gulf Coast University and never left.




There are many pathways through a Florida environment that feels wild and untamed,
though Happehatchee is just a stone's toss from one of the busiest state roads.


The Peace Pavilion.

9 comments:

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Nice to see there are still some odd corners of peace and tranquillity in the world. Julie certainly looks well on the mix of meditation and yoga.

jennyfreckles said...

Whatever floats your boat... as they say. She certainly looks well on it and it looks a beautiful environment.

Sharon Anck said...

The name of the place fits right in with the "Girl Scout" camp use of Native American names. Where I grew up it was Camp Sacajawea. This looks like a very peaceful place.

bill burke said...

A nice place to relax, walk, heal and reflect. Julie surely look she found her place and is happy.
Nice images Jack!

RedPat said...

What an oasis, Jack!

Andy said...

You always show us the coolest places and lots of happy people with big smiles. Keep on clicking.

William Kendall said...

The place is quite peaceful.

Kay said...

Do you think maybe we could lock #45 up in a place like this for a while...perhaps about four years?

Stefan Jansson said...

I know at least one person in the US that could use some meditation.