Here's a few of my interesting observations from this morning...
I was so saddened when I saw this heron...if you look closely you can see fishing line coming from his wings...I felt like diving into the river to untangle him, but he flew away with my first step (I know it wasn't realistic to think he would sit still let me release him from the line, but I had to try!). A good example of why it's so important for humans to maintain respect for nature and make sure they clean up after themselves!
A common occurrence along our river road is swarms of bicyclists whizzing by...you often hear them shout "walker on the right" down the row of riders...that always makes me chuckle...you can also hear the whir of their wheels from quite a distance.
It was a perfect walk! Now I'm looking forward to being back at the cabin...
Thanks for reading my blog, you are the best f/f/r/s/f's, see you tomorrow,
Oh, that is heartbreaking to see the Heron and I too would have wanted to try to do something ~ On a happier note, the river looks beautiful and I'm happy for the bees too ~ just wish they'd find a better place to have their hive!!! You sure seem to have been enjoying your visit ... Judi
Great moments to start the day. Hugs!
I know Judi, let's hope for the best for the heron. I think the bees are a good example of man NOT being able to interrupt the natural way of things, unlike the heron, unfortunately.
Hugs back dad!!!!
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