Nature Walks – Life on the Lakes

Life on the lakes is pretty quiet these days. In the Spring and Summer, our lakes were full of life. We had so many beautiful and colorful flowers and so many animal friends all around. But now Fall is coming and everything is preparing to settle down and settle in, for Winter is on its way. The colors are changing from greens to yellow, and from yellows to orange and red. There are still even a few flowers left as well, but it won’t be for too much longer, for soon they too will all be gone.

There are still a few ducks left on the lakes. They are holding on as long as they can before flying off to warmer waters.

There is one lone blue heron who is refusing to leave as well.

Squirrels are still playing on the roof and in the trees.

And if you look up high, there are still a few sparrows singing from the treetops.

But soon, all of these will be gone for the season, and will be returning once again in the Spring. Every season brings gifts to share. Enjoy them all while you can, for soon they will be gone.

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

Author: ajeanneinthekitchen

I have worked in the restaurant and catering industry for over 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.

26 thoughts on “Nature Walks – Life on the Lakes”

    1. Thank you. I have not been able to rec3ive any notifications from anyone for about the past 6 weeks. I have been battling with both WordPress and CenturyLink, although, I think the problem is from CenturyLink’s side. I just sent them yet another nasty-gram this morning. I may have to change internet providers. I am SO MAD!
      How is life in Florida? I know it is a big change for you, but sometimes change is a good thing.

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      1. I hope that issue gets fixed soon, no fun. Life here in Florida is fine. Things are going well for my wife and kids, so I’m thankful for that. Hopefully I will adjust better soon. Just missing home a lot right now.

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      1. Definitely! There is something about just watching animals live their lives. When I was in college, I used to walk by a squirrel everyday in the courtyard. I tried giving him grapes I had for breakfast, but I could never get him to trust me!

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      1. Very cool! My family is mostly in Victoria, but I have a cousin that is in Northern Victoria, not to far from the NSW border, a cousin who lives in Sydney and another cousin who lives in Canberra. My dad was from Melbourne.

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