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No flurries, no worries ….

… or so I thought. I was excited to head out this morning.  The moon and stars seemed to be in alignment … no snow, ice, bitter cold, freezing rain or wind to contend with … a win-win situation, or … Continue reading

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Sometimes you just have to stop and smell …

… the roses,  as that old cliché tells us. But, for my furry friends … it is all about the peanuts. I feel badly I’ve not been to Council Point Park since last Sunday following my two River treks.  In … Continue reading

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My heart’s desire.

This is a selfie of me, your roving reporter, about to head out the door.  I’ve got my coat on, even a snazzy beret, but no footwear, er … paw wear.  Hmm – decision, decisions.  Do I wear shoes, snow … Continue reading

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It’s my 6th “blogiversary” today!

It was a cold and snowy day when my fingers flew over the keyboard to create and launch that initial labor of love.  I just went back and did a word count and that first post was 2,195 words.  Well, … Continue reading

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Shiver on the River.

Well, I wish I could say I coined this title, but “Shiver on the River” is an annual event held the first Saturday in February here in Southeast Michigan.  Its purpose is to lure people to the Detroit River to … Continue reading

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Squirrels, sunshine and Saturday bliss.

We couldn’t have asked for a brighter or more beautiful Saturday, despite the fact that it was only 13 degrees F (-10C) with a “real feel” of -5 degrees F (-20C) and it was windy to boot.  I bundled up … 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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