Tag Archives: Heron

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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A little Friday frivolity …

… (at the expense of my fine-feathered friends, a couple of Great Blue Herons). Yesterday, en route to Council Point Park, it sure was blustery.  I saw Christmas decorations swaying with each gusty puff of air, and homeowner’s wind chimes … Continue reading

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Free as a bird …

This post will be part two of yesterday’s trek to Council Point Park.  Though my little furry friends monopolized a good portion of that excursion, there were a few Kodak moments with my feathered friends as well – I hope … 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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Birds of a feather …

I’ve decided the balance of this Summer, I won’t make weekend excursion plans in advance, since rain keeps intruding.  Even though we’ve been blessed with about four weekends in a row with no rain, what is problematic are the rainy … Continue reading

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Leaf Peeper.

Among my bucket list items, is to visit New England to view the Fall foliage, and, if I took that trip, I would be known as a “leaf peeper”. But, I’m already a leaf peeper and … I freely admit … Continue reading

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Snow showers and serendipity.

I told myself a couple of years ago that I was no longer going to rely 100% on the weather forecasts and cheat myself out of a walk in doing so.  Too many times that Summer, I had listened to … Continue reading

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