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- Linda Schaub
- Who is that masked man, er … raccoon? #Wordless Wednesday #My new furry friend at the Park – NOT!
- “Spring is sprung. The grass is riz. I wonder where the birdies is?” ~ Anonymous
- Bewildered and bedraggled Snowdrops. Angry Robin bemoaning frozen worms. #Wordless Wednesday #Weary from Winter #3 years of Wordless Wednesdays for me!
- Ahh – Spring arrives today!
- Why a Duck? Why not a Seagull? #Wordless Wednesday #Marx (Bros.) Madness!
- Linda Schaub
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Tag Archives: Autumn
Autumn: Amble on!
So far, Southeast Michigan’s Autumn weather has had a little something for everyone. Prior to this past Saturday, when we suddenly went straight from Summer-like bliss to brrrrr (completely bypassing brisk), we had enjoyed the warmest October on record; those … Continue reading
There are no gray days …
… when colorful leaves are still around! Over the weekend I hustled down to my favorite nature nook to get photos of what I figured would be the last of the colorful leaves. We have had September-like weather and those … Continue reading
Mornings are a bit amiss at Council Point Park.
Autumn arrived without skipping a beat, even though life, as we’ve always known it, seems to take stranger twists and turns daily. But in 2020, the leaves still fall, as do the temperatures. We still reach for a coat to … Continue reading
Pumpkins for munchkins.
Today is National Pumpkin Day, so what better day and way to feature last Sunday’s annual tendering of pumpkins (and peanuts … of course) to the munchkins at Council Point Park. Every Fall I gather gourds to treat my furry … Continue reading
This is part 2 of my very long walk at Lake Erie Metropark last Saturday after the riverboat cruise. What began as a very chilly morning, morphed into a warm and sunny afternoon. You might have thought the rustic and … Continue reading
“D” is for Desolate.
Autumn 2019 in the Northern Hemisphere began on Monday, September 23rd, exactly one month ago today. It’s anyone’s guess whether Mother Nature follows the rules about what we THINK Autumn should feel and look like and what we actually see before … Continue reading
Posted in nature, walk Tagged Autumn, Fall Foliage, nature, walk, walking 39 Comments
Last year I took a two-hour riverboat trip on the E.V. Clinton out of Lake Erie Metropark. It was a “discovery cruise” designed to combine a boat trip with a learning experience and was entitled “Eagle’s Eye Nature Cruise” and I … Continue reading
Gather ye rosebuds while ye may …
… oh yes, peanuts too. Time’s a tickin’ … it’s the last day of September and for squirrels and girls with agendas, it is time to seize the moment and gather all the peanuts and steps you can (if Mother … Continue reading
The early morning drizzle vanished on cue and the faint sun put a smile on my face and a little pep in my step. A gusty breeze stirred my straw, er … hair. I’m doing a slow meander through this … Continue reading
Leaf Peepin’ – Part II.
Wow, the weatherman aced it for the weekend weather. I sure am glad I flip-flopped yesterday’s agenda and made it today’s instead, because the morning started out calm and a little sunny, then everything turned ugly and gray and the … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Autumn, Fall, Leaves, nature, walk, walking 49 Comments