Category Archives: nature

Making mischief.

It may seem that all crazy squirrel antics happen at the Park, but that’s not true.  The ‘hood squirrels sometimes are just as rambunctious as their Park counterparts. Squirrel shenanigans. Mother Nature has begun switching over to her Fall palette … Continue reading

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Tiny Treasures.

We’re about to embark on Autumn and I’m happy to do so, since I’ve grown weary of Mother Nature’s continuous tweaks of this Summer season, not to mention all her weather boo-boos for 2019 if you want to be picky.  … Continue reading

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How about a little Zen?

In a four-season state, unless you are a Winter sports enthusiast, are fearless of driving in the ice and snow, or think that frigid air is invigorating, the advent of Winter is not a welcome thought.  In my mind, there … Continue reading

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Roaming along the River.

Today’s destination was Belanger Park in River Rouge, which runs along the Detroit River.  It was the first time for me visiting this venue, although I’ve meandered along the Detroit River boardwalks at Elizabeth Park, Bishop Park and Dingell Park … Continue reading

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The wasps are giddy!

After Labor Day, the unofficial end of Summer, it seems we just morph into the harvest and Halloween season and go with the flow.  Mums have replaced weather-beaten petunias in porch pots and I’ve already seen the first Halloween décor … Continue reading

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Sojourn in the sticks.

I’m feeling a little weary this morning.  Over the weekend I walked almost 15 miles, drove about 80 miles and stayed up late to describe my adventures in two very long blog posts.  It is raining  right now, so here … Continue reading

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Smiling faces and wide-open spaces.

Everything was going great, and then there was that proverbial fork in the road. Decisions, decisions … I’m horrible at decisions, especially when I glimpse two vehicles behind me in my rearview mirror and their drivers are honking.  Patience is … Continue reading

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