After exiting the Bison enclosure, I headed to the Honeycomb Bed & Breakfast to get checked in. I had a tour of the place, got the pictures all loaded onto my laptop to clear the camera card and relaxed a bit before heading back out. First stop was the Wishing Well, and the sprinklers had… Continue reading Riding Mountain National Park in Early Fall – day 1, part 4
The drive to Riding Mountain National Park takes approximately 3 hours, but the clock stops as soon as I pass the East Gate on the way in on #19. The Black Bear was quite a distance away when I saw him and I stopped the car immediately while he stood beside the road. As soon… Continue reading Riding Mountain National Park in Early Fall – Day 1, Part 2
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
The last few weeks, people have been posting pictures in a Manitoba Bird page on FaceBook that I follow. They indicate they are finding Indigo Buntings in the English Garden in Assiniboine Park. I have never seen one of these birds and decided to head there with my camera and see if I could find… Continue reading English Garden/Leo Mol in Assiniboine Park
Nature was calling me and Riding Mountain National Park is the place I decided to travel to in order to get my fix of critters and pure nature. I have a few pictures taken during the drive there. A few random views along #19 inside the park. Still on #19 Almost to #10 now. I… Continue reading Riding Mountain National Park – Oct 17
Every morning I head over to the hospital to visit with my mother who is recovering from her broken shoulder after a fall in August. Today, my brother Doug and his wife Erin from B.C. were going to be visiting with her at lunch time and I decided I would return to have lunch with… Continue reading English Garden – Assiniboine Park