There are lots of bison everywhere …
Often, they like to watch us strange, two-legged animals.
Characterised by their unpredictable moodiness, I would never want to tempt fate by approaching them, as I have seen many others do.
They are definitely not jolly, and that needs to be respected.
If I could suggest ONE book to read this year, it would be this funny, heartbreaking, and ultimately-affirming trip back to the Sixties. As I said in…
#BookReview of LESSONS IN CHEMISTRY by Bonnie Garmus #feminism #humor
This is an excellent book review from Barb Taub. Thanks for the suggestion, Barb.
Great Slave Lake (thawed!) at day’s end.
East Lyn River, Lynmouth. Today’s the last of my daily ‘natural beauty’ pictures. However, I’ll post one each week under the title ‘#Saturday Scenes’…
#Words and #PictureOfTheDay: 31/May/22
A beautiful river scene from Stuart. Thanks, Stuart, for sharing your beautiful photos with us during the pandemic.
This bear was eating lunch when I spotted him. I’m not sure what he had found but it must have been tasty because he was quite engrossed.
I was glad to see him head to the forest once he saw me.
Happy Monday, happy week.
A Green Lane in the Yorkshire Wolds. How old the green lane Where once the drovers Led their cattle sheep and geese To market over Wolds Beneath …
#Words and #PictureOfTheDay: 27/May/22
A lovely photo of the Yorkshire Wolds, courtesy of Stuart.
Penticton is one of the few communities in the world that sits between two lakes. Below is a photo of Skaha Lake; we lived near this lake up until last November when we moved to the other end of Penticton and the larger Lake Okanagan.