POSTPONED Desert Sage Wellness Wednesday,March 25,Barnacle State Park



DESERT SAGE LIFESTYLE WELLNESS- WELLNESS WEDNESDAY 

Desert Sage and The Barnacle Historic State Park Wellness Wednesday.


Venue: The Historic Barnacle State Park . Date :Wednesday March 25, 2020, Time :Noon-2pm . Lunch :The Last Carrot -Coconut Grove Tea :Desert Sage Lifestyle Wellness Company. Cost:$19.50

The Program


Topic


Keto diet and Intermittent Fasting all you need to know.

Speaker


Lorna Owens Former Registered Nurse and Midwife, Attorney, CEO Dessert Sage Lifestyle Wellness Company International Speaker in over 20 Countries.Author Everyday Grace Everyday Miracle Living the Life your were born to Live and Daily Sustenance. Founder of Footprints Foundation ."WOWS  her audiences" Miami Herald..


Tour of HISTORIC House  11 am and 3pmSpecial

Sailing on Historic Egert

Self Guided Meditation at the Water’s Edge

Nature Heals


About The Barnacle





The Barnacle, built in 1891, offers a glimpse of frontier life during The Era of the Bay, when all travel to and from Miami was by boat. Situated on the shore of Biscayne Bay, this was the home of Ralph Middleton Munroe, one of Coconut Grove's most charming and influential pioneers. Munroe preserved the forest on his land, cutting out only a winding buggy trail through the hammock—barely wide enough for one vehicle. As a result, the property contains many large, old trees.

Left in its natural state,


The Barnacle Historic State Park appears much as it did in Munroe's day, complete with replicas of two of his sailboats: Egret, a 28-foot (8.5m) sharpie ketch, designed in 1886, and the Flying Proa, designed in 1898. It is a great place to enjoy simple pleasures: A tour with new or old friends; a picnic on the lawn; walking with the family dog down a tree-lined path; or just rocking in a chair on the spacious front porch and watching the sailboats go by.

Boat Ride on the Historic Egerest 

Private Tour of Garden and Home 11am and 3pm . The tour is so worth it. Print Support Courtesy:The Barnacle Historic State Park 

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