Monthly Archives: April 2014

Weather for ducks.

Well, this weather sure isn’t “ducky” for walking or doing any outside activity unless you have a bill and webbed feet. My friend and neighbor Marge sent me this picture of a gray duck she saw at Elizabeth Park, partly … Continue reading

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Ruffled feathers.

Well it was another blustery morning as I headed out of the house and down to Council Point Park. The sky was streaked with gray blotches and there was no hint of sun, just that ever-present wind for the third … Continue reading

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Spring has finally sprung, or so it seems…

After struggling for weeks and weeks to arrive, it seems that maybe Spring has finally landed and is here to stay, that is, except for Council Point Park, which is still cloaked in drab colors and post-Winter barrenness. I left … Continue reading

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I’d call it serendipity …

… that led me to Council Point Park for the first time one year ago today. Now, I’d heard about the Park before that day, since the local newspaper often featured various events that took place there. In fact, in … Continue reading

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Drippy, drizzly weather destroys sidewalk art.

This morning’s raindrops wreaked havoc with my walk – half of it anyway. I guess I’ll take the glass half-full approach and say that half of a walk is better than no walk at all. Anyway, I didn’t stray far … Continue reading

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Two geese a’ glidin’ and another big ol’ goose egg.

Well, it wasn’t a picture-perfect day due to the cloud cover and grayish skies; it wasn’t even balmy though it is nearly the end of April. Perhaps that is why I was walking solo on the Park path this morning. … Continue reading

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Posing for peanuts.

Well, I guess this little fella took it to heart when I suggested any further dispensing of peanuts would need to be done on a quid pro quo basis. He doesn’t speak nor understand Latin of course, and neither do … Continue reading

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