I will warn you in advance that the pictures are not great and I obviously need more practice on moving birds, but I did diversify a bit, so the ones other than birds aren’t too hard to look at.
I am often in the Assiniboine Park because I volunteer at the zoo, but I seldom go into the English Garden, which is right beside the zoo. Yesterday, I was early for my shift and decided to spend the extra time in the garden. I only had my phone with me, so the pictures are… Continue reading English Garden at Assiniboine Park
As you may have noticed, I love all critters, so when I was asked if I could look after a couple of kitties, by just coming in a couple of times a day to give them food, water and some attention, I said yes. I went over and met the owner and the cats a… Continue reading Meet Neko and Finnegan
After a visit with my Mom in the hospital this morning and while my laundry was in the dryer, I decided I had time for a quick walk. I had to be back before the dryer was finished, because someone had a load beside the washer waiting for me to get mine finished and into… Continue reading A Little Walk
I’ve gone through the English Gardens & Leo Mol Sculpture Garden at Assiniboine Park in the summer before, but this is my first time going in the winter. There are no flowers (of course), but the sculptures are still here. It was a beautiful morning to wander around a bit with a temperature of +3C… Continue reading Winter at the English Garden & Leo Mol Sculpture Garden
The day started out cool and cloudy with a threat of rain, but turned out to be not too bad for doing some walking – so we took a couple of walking trips. First up was a trail that starts just inside Doug and Erin’s back yard and goes right to the water at Fanny… Continue reading Day 7 – Fanny Bay
Well, I am officially no longer a homeowner. 🙂 But, it will still be 2-4 weeks before I have been paid for the house that I no longer own. In the meantime, the water & hydro bills have to be processed, so the lawyer can pay the water bill and the loan on the hydro… Continue reading Life Goes On