May 12 – Crocodile Bridge

Today was bush walk day and I was up and ready to go nice and early. I managed a picture of the beautiful moon and tried for whatever planet was in view, but without my tripod, that was a failure. There were 7 of us plus Oscar and Jaco (our guides). One couple from Australia,… Continue reading May 12 – Crocodile Bridge

Variety

What you see today, is what I saw When Chester and I walked today and that was variety!   It was 10C when we walked!  Wow – what a relief and it didn’t feel any cooler than yesterday’s 16C.  I know my friends in Africa would have coats on along with hot water bottles and blankets… Continue reading Variety

Chester and the Kestrel

Not that  Chester and the Kestrel ever got together, but I have something to tell you about Chester and I saw the bird that may be a Kestrel again. Chester woke me up this morning at 5:45 when he had a seizure.  It only lasted a minute or 2, but it has been several years… Continue reading Chester and the Kestrel

A Cool Morning

For the first time in over 2 weeks, I turned the air conditioner off last night.  Since the humidity is so high, there wasn’t any use turning it off even if the temperature was dropping a bit below 20C overnight because it would have to work harder to get rid of the humidity the next… Continue reading A Cool Morning

Flowers and Ducks

I didn’t check the temperature before Chester and I walked along the Red River this morning – but I do know that it was gorgeous out there.  The sun was shining and there was just a bit of a breeze.   The first critters I saw was the Wood Duck Family with the oldest babies.  Then… Continue reading Flowers and Ducks

Mushroom and Beaver Lodge

Whew – today as usual for a Saturday, started out with an exercise class at the Y, followed by breakfast at the Red Top and then Chester’s walk along the Red River.  Then I got the lawnmower out and cut the grass.  By then it was noon and getting quite warm – so I really… Continue reading Mushroom and Beaver Lodge

Red River March 28th

Chester and I had our morning walk along the Red River this morning under a sunny sky and with a temperature of -6C.  We are starting to see signs of changes in the river now, so I may be taking a few more pictures of it again. I love how the snow has melted enough… Continue reading Red River March 28th