Riding Mountain National Park in Early Fall – day 2, part 1

I was up and out exploring before the sun rose hoping to catch a sunrise, but the sun had too much trouble peaking out from behind the heavy cloud cover.  After the sun rose, there was a bit of blue sky here & there, but not many sightings of the sun all day. I started… Continue reading Riding Mountain National Park in Early Fall – day 2, part 1

June Trip to Riding Mountain National Park – part 2

When I left off yesterday, we were still on Highway #10 and ready to leave the Moose and head further South.  After passing Moon Lake again, I decided to turn into the Boreal Trail and go for a walk.  It was a beautiful day for a stroll and it is only 1 km, so it… Continue reading June Trip to Riding Mountain National Park – part 2

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

More Riverbank Flowers and a Bird

A couple of days ago (when the sun was shining) I got a few more pictures of some of the flowers along the bank of the Red River when Chester and I took our walk.  A fairly cooperative sparrow of some kind (maybe a Song Sparrow) posed for a picture.  I say fairly cooperative because… Continue reading More Riverbank Flowers and a Bird

Birds and Flowers

Chester and I saw a family of Mallard Ducks (the ducklings are almost as big as Mom now) on our walk yesterday.  We also saw some wild flowers (no idea what they are) and in the distance I could see a beautiful Bald Eagle, but he was too far away for me to even attempt… Continue reading Birds and Flowers