- 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: Memories
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
I have a remarkable tale to share as we creep ever closer to Christmas Day. As most of you know, I have no siblings, so thus I became the lucky keeper of the family albums where some vintage photographs are … Continue reading
It is said that our sense of smell is linked closely to memory, thus certain smells can whisk us back to earlier periods of time in a heartbeat. The smell of lavender is ingrained in my memory and this is … Continue reading
It simply CANNOT be sixty years ago today that I began kindergarten at E.A. Orr Elementary School. Yes … it was on September 5, 1961. I will tell you that for several years before beginning school, every afternoon Mom and … Continue reading
This sweet Mama Mallard and her fuzzy duckling, (which I’d like to think are a mother/daughter combo), were paddling around Coan Lake at Heritage Park on a visit I made there last Spring. When I saw these up-close shots on … Continue reading
It seems like the holiday season is the perfect time for reflections, especially in 2020, which will likely go down in history as the year with an asterisk. Social media lit up like a Christmas tree back in October when … Continue reading
A week ago today I visited with an old friend. While it is certainly not unusual to reconnect with seemingly long-lost friends on social media, or by happenstance, I must state that this telephone encounter was with a friend with … Continue reading
It’s funny how one little item might trigger a special memory sometimes … a person, place or thing that you’ve not thought of in many years. First it was that old willow tree that was damaged in one of Mother … Continue reading
Well, this post has not even a whit about walking, or nature, but once a year I do honor this Hallmark-type holiday known as “National Grandparents Day” in spirit only, since my last grandparent passed away in 1986. That would … Continue reading