A Walk in the Park

On the way to visit my Mom in the hospital the other day, I decided to park my car in Assiniboine Park and walk from there, with my trusty little camera in my hand.  This is the same park as the English Gardens – just a different area of it. A nice leaf covered path… Continue reading A Walk in the Park

A Breath of Fresh Air

We are in the midst of some very hot weather this week, but thankfully, it cools down beautifully at night.  The early mornings are gorgeous. Due to the heat, most people have their air conditioners going full blast and last night we had 4 power outages – one after the other.  Things would be coming… Continue reading A Breath of Fresh Air

Fort Whyte Alive – November

It was such a beautiful morning today, that I knew it was time for a visit to Fort Whyte to see what critters might be around and have a nice walk in the fresh air and sunshine. I saw and/or heard a lot more than I got pictures of, since many of the critters (especially… Continue reading Fort Whyte Alive – November

Fort Whyte Alive – October

It was a beautiful day at Fort Whyte Alive!  I was so happy that I decided to be dropped off there while they worked on my car.  It was a little chilly in the morning, but by afternoon it was very pleasant. I normally spend about 2 1/2 to 3 hours there, but today I… Continue reading Fort Whyte Alive – October

Beautiful Morning

It was a beautiful morning yesterday and I had absolutely nothing written in my calendar.  So, I headed over to Fort Whyte Alive to go for a walk. I walked for about 2 hours, putting about 8,000 steps on my FitBit along with 6 flights of stairs (some stairs and some hills).  I took some… Continue reading Beautiful Morning

St. Vital Park

I have lived fairly close to St. Vital Park for about 1/2 my life, but it is not a place that I ever go unless someone has scheduled an activity there (which doesn’t often happen).  I think I was at a toboggan party there many years ago and a picnic put on by one of… Continue reading St. Vital Park

The Rest of the Critters at Fort Whyte Alive

As usual, there were more critters at Fort Whyte than the Muskrats that posed so nicely for me a few days ago. So – here are the rest  🙂 Pelicans – fishing Painted Turtles Mallard Ducks White-tail Deer hiding behind branches – I have so much trouble getting the camera to focus where I want… Continue reading The Rest of the Critters at Fort Whyte Alive