Back to Fort Whyte Alive

There are 2 places that I love, but haven’t been to visit much this year.   My vacation in Kruger National Park took up plenty of time, along with my move and then my mother’s fall that broke her shoulder. One of the places is  Fort Whyte Alive – right in Winnipeg, which makes it quick… Continue reading Back to Fort Whyte Alive

Day 2 with Toby

Honestly, I won’t write about every day with Toby, but I managed to get enough photos for another post.  Some are from yesterday afternoon and some are from today.  🙂 I put his harness and leash on to walk him in the yard area on the other side of the back fence, just because this… Continue reading Day 2 with Toby

Assiniboine Park Conservatory

On the same day that I went to Fort Whyte Alive and saw the adorable fawns, I also went to the Conservatory at Assiniboine Park.  I still had time to kill before the volunteer event at the zoo there. The Conservatory is such a nice place to spend some time – the air is fresh,… Continue reading Assiniboine Park Conservatory

Fort Whyte Alive in the Afternoon

My trips to Fort Whyte Alive have always been first thing in the morning – but yesterday, I had something to do in the area later in the day and decided to have lunch there and hang around until it was time to go.  This way I would avoid the construction on Bishop Grandin Blvd… Continue reading Fort Whyte Alive in the Afternoon

Ultimate Lockdown

I don’t know if escape rooms are the in thing everywhere, but they do seem to be very popular in my area.  I had never tried one and had no idea what you were supposed to do (other than escape), and had no idea what you had to do to escape. Last night I got… Continue reading Ultimate Lockdown

On the Move Again

My lease is almost up and I am in an apartment that is too expensive for me – so it is once again time to move.  If you were with me and remember – at the time I moved here I had my sweet Irish Setter, Chester.  It was hard to find an apartment that… Continue reading On the Move Again

The Forks – end of March

I decided to wander over to the Forks to see how spring is progressing there.  The snow is pretty much gone, but the ice still remains on both the rivers – obviously not strong enough for even the geese to walk on in places though. The ice hut made from blocks of ice taken from… Continue reading The Forks – end of March