Tag Archives: ducks

A corny love story.

Sharing the love at the holidays, or any day, is what life is all about, whether the objection of your intentions is human, furry … or in this case, feathered. I didn’t get a walk in today because it was … Continue reading

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Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat …

Our Southeast Michigan weather is so fickle … today it will climb to 48 degrees F, and it has been raining off and on all day.  On Thanksgiving, I trekked around Council Point Park for six miles, and, when I … Continue reading

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Heritage Park, Harvest and Halloween.

I know what you’re thinking … Linda planned her day just so she could use alliteration in her headline. Nope, if I was to pick a headline, a better one would be to borrow Gordon Lightfoot’s lyrics “the gales of … Continue reading

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Sunday strolling at Elizabeth Park.

Today’s blog post is the last of a trio of excursions taken the weekend of September 22nd and 23rd.   Because of the old saying “make hay while the sun shines”, I spent a good portion of last weekend trekking around … Continue reading

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Play misty for me.

The morning was murky, with a fine mist which permeated the air which was already thick and heavy.  Today is the halfway mark for September, and unbelievably, it was 97% humidity and 70 degrees at 8:15 a.m.  It was overcast, … Continue reading

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On the waterfront.

Before going to the vintage vehicle event, my early Saturday morning was spent strolling along the water’s edge.  Surprisingly, there was not much action at Bishop Park, likely because it was so hazy when I first arrived. The walkers and … Continue reading

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Oh … those lucky ducks.

Today was an escape to beautiful and historic Heritage Park, a venue which never disappoints.  I figured I’d trek around the track twice, after visiting the old village area to feed the ducks and take photos before it got busy. … Continue reading

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