- Linda Schaub
- Any port in a storm – whew! #Wordless Wednesday #The eagle up top means birds are welcome here, right??
- Stockpiling sunshine and vitamin D.
- Harry the Heron goes fishing. #Wordless Wednesday #Watch his technique.
- Mother’s Day 2022.
- We don’t talk anymore .… #Wordless Wednesday #The feathered version of Johnny and Amber
- Linda Schaub
FIFTY FAVORITE PARK PHOTOS
Tag Archives: ducks
This post, just as short and sweet as a duckling, will update you on the aftermath of my recent post about the duckling rescue on July 15th. Click here if you missed it. Many of you wanted to know how … Continue reading
Wordless Wednesday – allow your photo(s) to tell the story.
I know the phrase “Kodak Moment” will sail right over your head unless you’re of a certain age. I’m sure many of you have never had the occasion to use a Kodak camera or film, let alone sent your roll … Continue reading
My blog has been full of a lot of geese and ducks the past few weeks. That means there’s a whole lotta waddlin’ and goose-steppin’ going on … now that the Canada Geese are back at Council Point Park, there’s … Continue reading
They’re back and they’re bringing a bit of normalcy in this topsy-turvy 2020 world. It’s been awhile since I wrote about any waterfowl at Council Point Park. On May 1st I had a nature extravaganza with Harry the Heron, some … Continue reading
We’re in the midst of a wicked heat wave – throughout the holiday weekend, temps sizzled like a firecracker. I hope we don’t need a whopper storm to break the heat. I visited Lake Erie Metropark a couple of weekends … Continue reading
Even more kindred souls walk amongst us … As promised, I have just a few more tales I’ve been collecting about animal/human interactions, like this story my friend Ann Marie shared with me recently. You may recall, I was appalled … Continue reading
I often strike up a conversation with people at the various parks that I frequent, and, surprisingly, the topic of our conversation is NOT necessarily walking. In fact, I almost never talk about walking. It is more about what I … Continue reading
… or maybe not? Things are just ducky again now that my morning meanders are back at Council Point Park. During the one-month hiatus in May when I took to the City streets for my daily walks, I discovered there … Continue reading