- 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: holiday
In a perfect world, the photo shoot for my Easter blog post would find me, Your Roving Reporter, tripping down the perimeter path, clutching onto a brightly colored, beribboned wicker basket and doling out treats to my furry and feathered … Continue reading
My annual Valentine’s Day post is usually brimming with images of spoiled-rotten squirrels scurrying around and devouring heart-shaped treats, but this year I decided I’d do something different. I’ve mentioned before that my late mother’s birthday was Valentine’s Day – … Continue reading
The trek to deliver Valentine treats for the Park sweeties for my Valentine’s Day blog post actually happened three weeks ago, on Saturday, January 23rd. It’s Wintertime in Michigan and you never know what the weather will be, so I … Continue reading
We’ve all gathered together to send some holiday cheer.We sure need it after 2020 – whew, what a horrible year! Today Linda told us that we must look extra cute.‘Cuz tonight we await the big man in the red suit. … Continue reading
Whether the above Mallards are mates, best buds, or just pals sharing a quiet moment, I chose the pair for my annual Sweetest Day post. I took these two photos during my September 5th meander at Lake Erie Metropark. Both … Continue reading
Labor Day weekend has a special significance for me … at least since 2011. On the Friday before the long holiday, September 2, 2011, I began my walking regimen. I dusted off a pair of walking shoes that had reposed … Continue reading
and also to forward a link to my blog post done yesterday. It is all about Easter and The Great Easter Cookie Caper. Once again I posted around 5:45 p.m. – the post is not going to Reader, even all … Continue reading