1. A cyclist rides north along the Pinellas trail as it crosses Wilson Street on Aug. 24 in Dunedin. The lane direction markings have been repainted but can still be confusing along portions of the trail through Dunedin.
  2. Visitors to the Don CeSar hotel, at 3400 Gulf Blvd, enjoy the water at St Pete Beach.
  3. The Golden Aster Scrub Nature Preserve in Gibsonton features a 2.6-mile unpaved trail.
  4. The United States' Rose Lavelle, center, talks with a referee after receiving a yellow card during the first half of the Women's World Cup Group E soccer match against Portugal at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand, on Tuesday.
  5. Lauren Shea, left, of Vancouver, British Columbia, Isabelle Côté, also of Vancouver, Chantale Bégin of Ozona, and Noelle Helder of Fairbanks, Alaska, row in the Intracoastal Waterway just off Ozona on June 28. The four have been training daily in the waters near Ozona for the World’s Toughest Row Atlantic Challenge and plan to race across the Atlantic in December.
  6. Get out there with just the basics!
  7. Sitting by a campfire in Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park will get a little easier for Florida residents under a new law that gives Floridians a one-month lead in making a reservation starting Jan. 1.
  8. Topgolf, 200 Carillon Parkway in St. Petersburg, is Pinellas County's first Topgolf location.
  9. Inter Miami forward Lionel Messi (10) celebrates after scoring a goal late in the second half of a Leagues Cup soccer match against Cruz Azul on Friday in Fort Lauderdale.
  10. A wildlife sign hangs from the wall as Ashleigh Hall, 36, sports her “Fish to Live to Fish” shirt while fishing with the Sunshine Skyway bridge in background at the Sunshine Skyway northern fishing pier on Tuesday in St. Petersburg.
  11. The black-and-white warbler is a songbird that spends its winters in Florida.
  12. Hikers, from left, Aaron Freedman, Darry Jackson and Terry Tomalin hike the Florida Trail through Hillsborough River State Park in Thonotosassa in 2007.
  13. An angler observes pelicans sitting by the South Sunshine Skyway Fishing Pier in November in St. Petersburg. Nearly 75% of bird rescues at the pier are pelicans, and wildlife officials are considering new rules to prevent their entanglement.
  14. Pinellas County Extension Agent for Florida Sea Grant, Libby Carnahan, leads a group of people on a hike to discuss climate-change science and its effects on coastal communities in Florida at St. Petersburg's Weedon Island Preserve in 2020.
  15. State legislators voted for a moratorium on new deer farms in an effort to control chronic wasting disease.
  16. The 71-foot charter boat Jaguar that two passengers disappeared from in rough waters off Pass-A-Grille Channel in March 2017.
  17. Rob Mason brandishes a "4" and "5" after competing in the 2022 Publix Gasparilla Distance Classic, indicating he had run the event in all 45 years of its existence. He was among five individuals who had competed in the annual downtown Tampa race every year since its 1978 inception.
  18. National Treasure, with jockey John Velazquez, edges out Blazing Sevens, with jockey Irad Ortiz Jr., to win the148th running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course on Saturday in Baltimore.
  19. Robles Park on N Avon Avenue is one of 191 parks operated by the city of Tampa. A park master plan calls for upgrades to existing parks plus developing eight new parks and 35 miles of trails over the next 20 years.
  20. The Spartan Race coming to Tampa on May 13 will have participants racing up and down the steps of Raymond James Stadium in an extreme 5K.
  21. Jason West, 29, of Boulder, Colorado, won the St. Anthonys Triathlon Sunday morning in 1 hour, 33 minutes, 47 seconds. He finished more than 2 minutes ahead of defending champion Matthew Sharpe.
  22. Lara Warn, left, is competing in this weekend's St. Anthony's Triathlon. And it's possible thanks to Dr. Jason Levine, right, the St.  Petersburg cardiologist who treated her after she came to St. Anthony's ER last fall. What she thought was heartburn turned out to be a massive heart attack.
  23. A fleet of historic vessels sailing in Tampa Bay from the St. Pete Pier on Thursday.
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