Sunday, November 4, 2012

More Carman

These are Robin's pictures of our Carman walk.

Getting organized.

This is the local museum where we parked. The museum was not open.

The first footbridge.

Ice on the river.

This would be a great place for a picnic in the summer.

Harold explaining about trees to us. Notice how we are paying close attention.

The girls going on ahead.

This was a gnarly old tree that looked as if the woodpeckers loved it.

In front of the tall grass.

Lori showing an extra touch of blue.

Another bridge.

Here is the whole story of the drunken birds.

Just to the lower left of this picture there is a brown spot in the water that was either a beaver or an otter. We didn't see more than the top of its head.

This duck was swimming and breaking the ice. Time to go south duckie.

You can see the clock tower in the background.

There are some huge trees on the golf course. Some are cottonwood and some are huge oaks.

The lunch. It was so delicious after our long walk in the fresh air.

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