Tag Archives: Mallards

I’ve been on baby watch.

Just like the Brits that awaited the newest Royal, who finally made his debut this morning, I’ve been on baby watch too, and what better time to write about it then during Mother’s Day week. As you know, while walking … Continue reading

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Mid-day meandering with the munchkins.

I was determined to get down to Council Point Park today, so I waited until 1:00 p.m. to ensure the bulk of the icy patches on the sidewalks and streets had melted.  I looked outside, just prior to suiting up, … Continue reading

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Huddling at Heritage Park.

Sports teams do it. CEOs and THEIR teams do it. And the mallards at Heritage Park do it as well. Huddling. But, unlike athletes and businessmen and women, the ducks don’t huddle together for strategic purposes, but merely to stay … Continue reading

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Marsh Madness.

Of course, at first glance, you thought why is Linda writing about the college hoops frenzy known as “March Madness” … I sure do wish it was the month of March instead of just sliding into the tail end of … 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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Oh … those lucky ducks.

Today was an escape to beautiful and historic Heritage Park, a venue which never disappoints.  I figured I’d trek around the track twice, after visiting the old village area to feed the ducks and take photos before it got busy. … Continue reading

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