FIFTY FAVORITE PARK PHOTOS
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I won’t kid you … to plagiarize a familiar Christmas song, the weather outside is (and has been) frightful. Do I blame this on the Groundhog, who boldly declared there would be six more weeks of Winter, or, do I … 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 thought I’d dust off my Friday Frivolity feature to share a few thoughts about birdies and bandanas that have been rumbling around in my brain while I’ve been rambling around the ‘hood. It is also a chance to bemoan … Continue reading
On Sunday March 15th we had a spectacular sunrise, and, while I waited for the sky to lighten up and the morning to unfold, I pondered on that day’s destination. I’ve wanted to try Crosswinds Marsh and Nature Preserve in … Continue reading
With near-tropical temps on the horizon for Sunday, I thought I’d better hurry and do this post about the birds I encountered in frosty February, as well as my 2020 Birdie Bucket List. I scored a few lucky shots of … Continue reading
The memorial tree at Elizabeth Park where all the birdies hang out, beckons me to visit while bearing treats and toting along my camera. I’m drawn to it like a magnet. You will recall I had an earlier visit to … Continue reading
On Saturday, December 7th, I spent my day visiting three parks. First, it was Council Point Park for a quick jaunt to feed my furry and feathered friends, then there was a foray to Lake Erie Metropark, followed by Elizabeth … Continue reading
The weather outside’s been a bit frightful, as is often the case on a holiday weekend. But, rather than whine about the weather, as I am often wont to do, I just skipped Saturday’s saturated walk, even though I am … Continue reading
… Wild Wings, er … Other Things. In between the intermittent bursts of sunshine and raindrops, I have managed to get my steps in, and take some photos as well. Woo hoo, considering how most mornings are about as gray … Continue reading