Nature Walks – A Sunset Stroll

Sadly, we are not doing our walks as much as we were before.  It has been too hot during the day time, and then we have been getting thunder and rain in the evenings.  Mother Nature has not been cooperating for us to do our walks lately.  Vinnie has been missing his walks, and so have I, but Mother nature gave us a perfect evening this time, so we were able to take a walk again last night.  It wasn’t quite sunset, but close enough to sunset to call this a sunset stroll.  We all enjoyed it, and we all needed it.

We saw gatherings of geese.  And yes, the “babies” are mixed in here too.  It is hard to tell the babies apart from the grown-ups now.  You have to really look closely to tell them apart.

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We saw the ducks out for a swim as well.  Yep, these are the “babies” too.  Once again, they are almost all grown up.

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Then resting after.

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We saw a couple of egrets, but I had a hard time getting good shots of them today.  This is the best I could get this time.

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And we also saw a bunny hiding in the grass.  He was afraid of the “big bad wolf” who was walking along the path.  That big bad wolf was Vinnie, our happy, go-lucky big goofball.

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Stay safe and stay well Everyone.  ‘Til next time.

 

Author: ajeanneinthekitchen

I have worked in the restaurant and catering industry for 35 years. I attended 2 culinary schools in Southern California, and have a degree in culinary arts from the Southern California School of Culinary Arts, as well as a few other degrees in other areas. I love to cook and I love to feed people.

8 thoughts on “Nature Walks – A Sunset Stroll”

    1. Thank you. We are very lucky. If you leave them alone, and leave their babies alone, there is nothing to worry about. I take pictures. I don’t touch anything. It is the same with everything in nature. if you leave it alone, it will leave you alone too. 🙂

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