Tag Archives: geese

I’m back, but …

… they’re gone! The geese that is. More about them later. After an angst-ridden ten days, give or take a day or two, I think I’m fairly caught up here on WordPress and other social media, and things are back … Continue reading

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Summer’s here and we’re all giddy!

Summer officially made its debut at 11:54 a.m. here in Southeast Michigan with a bright and beautiful morning.  After countless gray, gloomy and often rainy days, the bright orb in the sky was worth taking note, as the Detroit Free … Continue reading

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Today’s the day to honor dear old Dad.

What’s good for the goose, is good for the gander. ~ Proverb Well we honored our mothers, so it is only fair that we fête our fathers too. Since the first goslings arrived at Council Point Park in early May, … Continue reading

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Eat your peas!

About a week ago, I was down at Council Point Park one morning, and, while walking through the parking lot, a very large flock of Canada Geese were flying overhead.  Their honking, while in flight, was almost deafening.  In fact, … Continue reading

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Loosey goosies.

Thank goodness the month of May is in the rear view mirror, though June didn’t begin all that great either.  I had some computer issues at work Wednesday and Thursday thanks to Comcast (I was blacklisted at the work site … Continue reading

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Road trip!!

It’s the first long holiday weekend of 2019, and, while we are all mindful about the real reason for the Memorial Day holiday, we are also anticipating a little R&R as well. What are your plans? Are you sneaking out … Continue reading

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Baby boom at Council Point Park.

There are a few things you can count on every Spring … the appearance of allergies, dandelions and those pesky elm and maple seeds that land in your mulch and sprout into a gazillion tiny weeds in a day or … Continue reading

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