Category Archives: walking
I know you’ve been clamoring for a post about Council Point Park, so here it is. Truth be told, it has been a little boring there. Sigh. Yes, I never thought I’d say that, but it’s true. Since the Park … Continue reading
This pair of Mallard ducks was surprised to see the Great Egret wading in their territory. The drake’s beak was wide open as he gazed in wonderment at this intruder to “their” canal. Hmm – so, should they chase it … Continue reading
We’re in the midst of a wicked heat wave – throughout the holiday weekend, temps sizzled like a firecracker. I hope we don’t need a whopper storm to break the heat. I visited Lake Erie Metropark a couple of weekends … Continue reading
Even more kindred souls walk amongst us … As promised, I have just a few more tales I’ve been collecting about animal/human interactions, like this story my friend Ann Marie shared with me recently. You may recall, I was appalled … Continue reading
I often strike up a conversation with people at the various parks that I frequent, and, surprisingly, the topic of our conversation is NOT necessarily walking. In fact, I almost never talk about walking. It is more about what I … Continue reading
As you know from Tuesday’s post, I went looking for frogs, known as Spring Peepers, in a small wooded area on Grosse Ile. On multiple park websites I follow, many hikers, who had trekked through various woodland trails in the … Continue reading
A little birdie told me you have books here. #Wordless Wednesday #I see a birdie book, but it’s about lovebirds.
Wordless Wednesday – allow your photo(s) to tell the story.
I headed to Grosse Ile on Sunday, May 3rd knowing it would most likely be the last trek on the Island this year, since the Grosse Ile free bridge was slated to close on May 6th and not re-open until … Continue reading
I believe I’ve witnessed a few parenting faux pas and I want to write about them in this forum. Ahem – I should probably make the disclaimer here that I’ve never been a parent. Well, I’ve been a pet parent … Continue reading