Tag Archives: Spring

Meandering on a Saturday morn.

I was up bright and early this morning.  It was too bad the sun did not follow the same schedule.  In fact, Ol’ Sol did not bother to shine until about 4:00 p.m. today. At least the oppressive heat is … Continue reading

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Bye Bye Birdie(s).

It is time to bid the robin babies at Council Point Park a fond adieu. This last month I’ve had a flurry of blog posts about babies – robins, goslings and even ducklings.  The last group of robin chicks I’ve … Continue reading

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Here’s a riddle for you …

Why did the chicken goose cross the road perimeter path? To get to the other side, of course, but, also to torment the walkers who must obediently wait while each goose, including goslings, takes its good ol’ sweet time goose … Continue reading

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Those lazy-hazy-crazy days of Summer are happenin’.

  Today’s weather was just like Nat King Cole crooned about back in the day … yes, those lazy-hazy-crazy days of Summer.  If you’ve never heard the song, here it is:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOV96BCAvZc It doesn’t matter that we’ve not turned the … Continue reading

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Feelin’ hot, hot, hot at Heritage Park.

Once again Mother Nature has not coordinated her weather with the calendar – it’s only May 27th and it feels like a mid-Summer day! Not only was it hot, but it was muggy and buggy as well. When I left … 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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Empty Nesters.

As you know, when the kids finally leave home and are out on their own, their parents are often referred to as “empty nesters” and an empty nest is exactly what I found at the home where I’ve been monitoring … Continue reading

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