Tag Archives: birds

My Nutty Buddies.

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

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The Rain, the Park and…

… 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

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An Easter Sunday to Savor.

Finally, after eight days of rain, Easter Sunday dawned, just as it should, with bright sunshine.  I was chomping at the bit to bop down the bunny trail at my favorite Park. But first, treats awaited me … Before I … Continue reading

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Home Tweet Home.

Last week I wrote about all of Spring’s nature offerings and how this season doesn’t disappoint … image-wise anyway. But down at Council Point Park, Spring is still MIA.  The desolate and barren landscape remains.  Those buds I spied a … Continue reading

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Mother Nature gets an A+ (but with an asterisk).

Finally … back-to-back days brimming with sunshine, which made for two perfect walks in my favorite nature nook.  I was happy that I could have belted out “Hail, Hail, the Gang’s All Here!”  That would be for my furry friends … Continue reading

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Friday Frivolity.

Mother Nature has been a bit of a drama queen lately. Perhaps my favorite meteorologist, Paul Gross, said it best in the first line of today’s forecast: DETROIT – Last night’s cold front sure created some weather whiplash. He’s right … Continue reading

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Season’s Eatings.

I originally planned for this post to appear on December 25th.  I wanted to use Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s quote about the joy of Christmas bells, which goes like this: I heard the bells on Christmas day Their old familiar carols … Continue reading

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