|TOOK A FEW PICKS OF OUR FRONT YARD TUESDAY NIGHT|
|A SWING DOWN AROUND OUR PARK'S YARD WASTE AREA NETTED A COUPLE PHOTOS|
|PATIENTLY WAITING FOR SPRING|
We were soon on the road to Clinton for a coffee to go at the Tim Horton coffee shop. The drive-thru was backed up right onto the highway. Busy place. Heading east out of Clinton for a few miles we picked up the first sideroad heading south following it to the Morris Line where we slowly made our way further south. I was purposely putting in time because I knew the Porter's Hill Wild Birdseed company back in Bayfield didn't open until 10 a.m. And I had never been there before.
|MAKING OUR WAY TO CLINTON VIA THE SLOWER SCENIC ROUTE|
|PHEEBS ENJOYS THE FRESH MORNING AIR|
|BACK ON THE HIGHWAY WE FAST TRACKED IT FOR TIM HORTONS|
|JUST A MARVELOUS MORNING FOR A RIDE THROUGH THE COUNTRYSIDE|
|WE JUST FOLLOWED THE BIG BLUE SKY AROUND|
|CATCHING A FEW DOGGY WINKS|
|MY FAVORITE PHOTO OF THE DAY|
|NO, NOT AN ARCTIC FOX....ITS ARCTIC PHEEBS|
|JUST ONE OF MANY FINE OLD HOUSES IN BAYFIELD|
|HEY THAT'S OUR RIG|
|MALE DOWNIE WOODPECKER|
|ROSE BREASTED NUTHATCH|
Pheebs and I did make it out for an afternoon walk around some of the partially snow-covered muddy new roads further back in the bush here in the Park. Cold wind but the abundance of sunshine sure felt good and made everything look nice. A welcome change from dull and gray.
|I KEPT IT SIMPLE AND LET PHEEBS LEAD THE WAY|
|UP THERE JUST BEYOND PHEEBS IS WHERE MY FAVORITE TREE ONCE STOOD|
|ITS ANYBODY'S GUESS HOW MANY MORE TREES WILL BE BULLDOZED DOWN|
|YOU CAN SEE MY COZY RECLINER TUCKED AWAY IN THE CORNER|
Mary and Jane are old friends. They have both been married to their husbands for a long time; Mary is upset because she thinks her husband doesn't find her attractive anymore. "As I get older he doesn't bother to look at me!" Mary cries. "I'm so sorry for you, as I get older my husband says I get more beautiful every day." replies Jane. "Yes, but your husband's an antique dealer!"