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Author Archives: Trail Walker
I admit it! I procrastinated when it came to posting our family Christmas Day photos. I have two excuses: I used my brand-new Christmas gift camera lens to take the pictures. I wasn’t thrilled with the results I got, and … Continue reading
Some birds have the strangest names, don’t they? Take a close look at this one: He is a yellow-bellied sapsucker. Now that’s a strange name, but a logical one when you learn that he drills holes in the trees so … Continue reading
A visit to the dentist this morning took me near the Holden Arboretum. My walk at Holden was a lot more fun than the dentist appointment. That was just a routine checkup, but he managed to find a little cavity … Continue reading
Seven or eight deer, all does, dashed across the trail in front of me today. I expected a buck to be chasing them, but none appeared as they melted into the trees on the other side of the trail. Spring … Continue reading
Hungry titmouse always shows up for a photo opp when peanuts are involved.
Take a walk on a sunny-blue-sky day in North Chagrin Reservation… Northeast Ohio is at its best in the month of October when living on the south shore of Lake Erie is truly a blessing.
Except for cold fingers and toes, this was a good day for a walk in the Arboretum. The chilly air and grey skies must have discouraged visitors because I didn’t meet up with too many other walkers, but the scenery … Continue reading
We haven’t seen much sun recently. Even the little cabbage white butterfly was enjoying the novelty on this sunny Sunday afternoon.
At the edge of the marsh, this tree towers over the cattails, grasses and reeds. Standing like a sentinel at its post, it is remarkable in all seasons, but I like it best in the fall, even when most of … Continue reading