Between the move and my upcoming vacation, I haven’t been around here much lately and I apologize for that – but it will be awhile before things get back to normal (whatever that is) again. To fill you in – I have moved, although still unpacking. Hopefully I will be finished unpacking before I leave… Continue reading Catch Up
I am getting tired of packing and since it is a beautiful morning, I thought it was a good time to take my walk along the trail behind my complex that runs along the Seine River again. I did find a couple of patches of green, but otherwise, it is mostly various shades of brown.… Continue reading A Walk in the Spring Time
I had most of the day on my own Wednesday, since Angie had to work. She gave me directions to a good place to walk so that was the plan. It was pretty wet, but not raining when I woke up, so I headed out after breakfast. Of course, it started to rain within a… Continue reading A Walk in the Rain
After I arrived at Vancouver Airport, I picked up my rental car, dug the GPS out of my bag and set it for Angie’s place. Amazingly enough, I arrived at her place safe & sound without having to have made any detours or adjustments. I think this may have been the first time that the… Continue reading A Walk with Angie & Emily
It was a chilly morning for a walk (-18C), but it was sunny and not much wind, so I headed over to the Assiniboine Park Zoo. Many of the critters enjoy the cold weather and are more active than they are during the summer, when it is more comfortable for us humans. I got pictures… Continue reading Polar Bears
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?
The temperature has risen a little bit today (-6C), so I decided to take a walk on the trail behind my apartment along the Seine River. It had been blowing and snowing last night though and the trail was not easy to walk on. The trail goes in front of the bench, but no one… Continue reading Face to Face