Although I often show pictures of this walk along the Seine River, I do walk if very often without my camera. I decided to bring the camera on a snowy morning walk this morning. I haven’t seen any of the White-tail Deer that I watched all summer long and decided to see if I could… Continue reading Quiet Morning Walk
If you’ve been with me for awhile, you’ll know that I made a Chickadee friend at my last apartment, where I had a balcony to put food out for him. He was affectionately called St. Peanut because in one of his first pictures his head was bowed in front of a peanut. I don’t have… Continue reading Chickadees Found Me
Well – the forecast was right and I found that the cars were covered in snow in the morning. After brushing it off and warming the car up a bit, I decided to go to McDonalds for breakfast and wait for the sun to make things a bit brighter for travel. The snow was still… Continue reading Back to RMNP – Heading Home
The Red and Assiniboine Rivers in Winnipeg are moving the ice around and trying to get it out of town. The Canada Geese and Mallard Ducks don’t seem to mind the ice cold water and swim happily in it. After breakfast I went over to The Forks, where the Red and Assiniboine Rivers meet to… Continue reading Ice and Waterfowl
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
Last month Mother Nature tried to fool us into thinking we would have an early spring, but she soon brought back the winter weather. So – winter activities have resumed as the ice has frozen on the lakes & rivers again. The Canada Geese stayed with us and are waiting for the weather to warm… Continue reading It is Still Winter at Fort Whyte Alive
I certainly wouldn’t have believed it and I still don’t, but the Canada Geese have returned already predicting a very early spring. I still expect some major cold weather and snow storms and hope the geese will be ok. But – the critters seem to know the weather and their forecasts are often more accurate… Continue reading Spring in February?