- Linda Schaub
- Vintage Stuff. #Wordless Wednesday #Hey, I remember these things … am I that old?
- When you can’t see the forest for the trees.
- Spring reflections.
- Goose steps or people steps – what’s the dif? #Wordless Wednesday #National Walking Day (280/1,256 mi./450/2,021 km. for me in 2021)
- All trails lead to the bunny trail.
- Linda Schaub
FIFTY FAVORITE PARK PHOTOS
Tag Archives: Goslings
I will fete fathers, just like mothers, so let me wish you Happy Father’s Day if it applies. Back in May, the weekend after Council Point Park so abruptly closed, I wondered if I would have fresh fodder for blog … Continue reading
This is part two of my trip to BASF Waterfront Park last Saturday. It’s a short and sweet post about the various families of Canada Geese I saw on my morning stroll. The geese and goslings were the highlight of … Continue reading
As Mother’s Day nears, I am always happy to discover at least one pair of Canada Geese and their brand-new goslings to spotlight for Mother’s Day weekend. I’ve generally been pretty lucky to get a few shots for that special … Continue reading
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
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
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
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
I had my ducks in a row Thursday morning when I left the house at 7:10 a.m. My destination was Heritage Park because I was going duck hunting. Oops … let me clarify that – I was going DUCKLING hunting … Continue reading
The first glimpses of goslings at the Park come Spring is always such a joy for me. It’s not like the later families of Canada Geese, that share the perimeter path with us walkers over the next six weeks, will … Continue reading