- 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: Park
One month from today is Spring (even though I thought it was always the 21st when I was a young ‘un, or so it seemed). In a four-season state, normally by the third week of February, we are so Winter … Continue reading
As you know, one of my favorite spots to walk is lovely Elizabeth Park and my last foray to this venue was December 28th, which was also the subject of my last post “Birdie Nirvana”. Not only is Elizabeth Park … Continue reading
Sunday morning I stayed home, finishing up my post about having a Plan B in place. In between writing, loading photos and proofreading, I kept bopping over to the online weather site to see how many degrees above freezing it … Continue reading
Everyone should have someone who looks at them with adoring eyes. If you’ve been following this blog for over a year, you’ll recognize this picture from last Sweetest Day … yes, I could not help myself and had to use … Continue reading
I have to pause, amidst the miscellaneous and sundry squirrel posts, to duly honor my favorite nature nook. Council Point Park turns 25 years old in 2019. There will be no fanfare. No cake and ice cream. Not even balloons; … Continue reading
The early morning drizzle vanished on cue and the faint sun put a smile on my face and a little pep in my step. A gusty breeze stirred my straw, er … hair. I’m doing a slow meander through this … Continue reading
The school bells are tolling again. Today all the schools are back in session. I don’t have to look at the calendar date – nope, and I don’t even rely on common sense – just my senses: who can miss … Continue reading
The road trip was long (for me anyway) … it was 20 miles from my house to Oakwoods Metropark in Flat Rock, Michigan. I had been leery of visiting there as so many of our parks are still flooded or … Continue reading
Hi, it’s Parker the Squirrel here. I’m hijacking my nutty friend Linda’s blog today to tell you what she did. She won’t mind – she loves me. Trust me on that. So, the other day I saw Linda coming around … Continue reading