Saturday, August 13, 2022

At The Park

It's Caturday!

The Hubby and I ventured out to the nearby park a few times recently.

I'm a Pisces, and being around water revives my energy.

Lake St. Clair Metropark is only 15 minutes from home.

There is the lake, wonderful walks through the woods and marshes, and we often can see downtown Detroit and the Canadian shore.
Click on the map above to visit the Lake St. Clair Metropark website.
Should any of you come to visit us, we'll make sure to visit this lovely park!

The image of the lily pads, now artified with Prisma, was taken as we rambled along.

I've been to several bird lectures at the park Nature Center, for owl and migrating bird knowledge, plus the native plants that are everywhere.

In addition, there are delightful displays of local turtle, snake, frog, and fish species, and every employee is friendly, helpful, and dedicated to teaching humans about the park's ecosystem.
Artified Lily Pond
Click on the image above to enjoy a jigsaw puzzle.
Let's Hop!
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14 comments:

  1. You really live in a great location. And that pond pic is something else. It's great to be close to nature while still having all the benefits of a large city. We're Canadian by the way, but quite a bit further east. So I guess we're Eastside, too!

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    1. We have the unique pleasure of living NORTH of a bit of Canada! Luckily, as a kid, we watched CBC television, and therefore were hockey fans from early age.

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  2. That looks like a lovely place to visit. Sadly, our #1 is unlikely to head you way anytime soon, but if you come across the pond, make sure to give us a shout!

    Purrs,
    The Chans

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    1. Advise #1 that I'm going to take her up on that!

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  3. That does look like a nice park and your art is very pretty!

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    1. It is lovely, and even better, we have another park within 30 minutes, which is much more wooded, hilly, and birds.

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  5. It sounds like it was a pleasant outing, and a pleasant destinaion.

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    1. John, there is a calming effect on my nerves, for sure.

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  6. Very pretty. Thank you for the puzzle. XO

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    1. It's a tough puzzle today; had me stumped for awhile, and I made it!

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