Category Archives: walk

“Walk, Talk & Sketch”

Prior to publishing last Sunday’s post about creativity, where I introduced you to Brian and his paintings and a few of the vendors at the “Art in the Park” event, I was perusing my Metroparks  newsletter to see if anything … Continue reading

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A tale about my nutty friend.

Hi, it’s Parker the Squirrel here.  I’m hijacking my nutty friend Linda’s blog today to tell you what she did.  She won’t mind – she loves me.  Trust me on that.  So, the other day I saw Linda coming around … Continue reading

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“Creativity is contagious, …

… pass it on.”  ~Albert Einstein Did you know the official name of Woodstock was The Woodstock Music and Art Fair? I didn’t deliberately set out to publish three posts in a row that reminisced about the 1960s and the Woodstock … Continue reading

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Flower power.

“If you’re going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.  If you’re going to San Francisco, you’re gonna meet some gentle people there.”  [“San Francisco” written by John Phillips, of The Mamas and the Papas … Continue reading

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New kid in town.

So yesterday you saw a post about birds disgruntled with one another … who needs words when you see a pair of our feathered friends in silhouette and study their body language. Oops … did I just say birds have … Continue reading

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Sweets for the sweets…

We turned a calendar page yesterday – the first of August felt more like a September day, with a cool and refreshing breeze.  I watched the crumpled, yellow poplar leaves skittering along the pathway.  Although I’ve whined about oppressive heat, … Continue reading

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He’s back!!

There is the phrase “Winter of our Discontent” … well this has been a “Summer of Discontent” … for me anyway. Among the other miscellaneous and sundry weather issues and things going wrong, the latest was Monday, when the hot … Continue reading

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