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Shiver on the River.

Well, I wish I could say I coined this title, but “Shiver on the River” is an annual event held the first Saturday in February here in Southeast Michigan.  Its purpose is to lure people to the Detroit River to … Continue reading

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Huddling at Heritage Park.

Sports teams do it. CEOs and THEIR teams do it. And the mallards at Heritage Park do it as well. Huddling. But, unlike athletes and businessmen and women, the ducks don’t huddle together for strategic purposes, but merely to stay … Continue reading

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As we slowly slide toward 2019 …

I have finally gotten my ducks in a row with all the photos I took in early December.  This is the last batch of belated photos and stories.  If you like ducks, well today’s post will be right up your … Continue reading

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A little Friday frivolity.

TGIF!  For many of us, since Christmas falls on a Tuesday this year, we will enjoy a four-day holiday.  Sadly, our time off will pass far too quickly! Over the past few weeks, I’ve collected some photos and stories and … Continue reading

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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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