I had a good (but short) sleep last night and was up before dawn the next morning. I haven’t been to Grayling Lake for a sunrise photo in quite awhile, so that is where I decided to go. I then headed further north in the hopes of finding Moose around Moon Lake. First was a… Continue reading A Couple of Days in Riding Mountain National Park – part 4
After leaving Wasagaming, I headed north towards the Wishing Well. There is (of course) a well to collect coins as you make your wish, but I go to take photos of the birds in the water and was hoping to find some fish in the little stream that runs through it. In the summer and… Continue reading A Couple of Days in Riding Mountain National Park – part 2
I had to take one more drive before bedtime and it turned out to be a mostly Black Bear drive. For some variety I drove up to get a photo of the walking man tree. It is north of Moon Lake.
I set off early looking for a sunrise. It was a cloudy morning, but you never know what might happen. I got a few interesting morning sky photos from various locations anyway. 🙂 Next I found a cooperative bird, but don’t know what he is and hard to look anything up with the slow and… Continue reading Riding Mountain National Park – day 2, part 1
After checking into my beautiful deluxe room at Elkhorn Resort, I headed downstairs and outside to visit the horses at the stables. I talked to one of the employees, asking about the extra horses they had compared to other visits. She told me that they often board horses over the winter but due to COVID-19,… Continue reading Riding Mountain National Park – June 9, continued
When I left us in yesterday’s blog, I had checked into the hotel, met the horses in the corral. Then, I checked in on Facebook and posted a few pictures before getting ready to head back out for the late afternoon/evening drive. First stop was the Wishing Well, where I saw these White Suckers spawning. … Continue reading June Trip to Riding Mountain National Park – part 4
I solved the mystery yellow bird from yesterday – just by taking another walk and getting pictures of him again. On yesterday’s pictures, I kept looking at the top of his breast and thinking that there was a little tinge of red – but that didn’t seem to fit any of the little warblers. On… Continue reading Yellow Bird Solved and Bear Cubs
I took a few pictures last time I went to the zoo and since I haven’t seen any critters while walking Chester along the Red River much this year, I might as well spotlight one every once in awhile. Last year there were lots of duckling shots around this time and I’ve only seen them… Continue reading Kangaroos and Bears