Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Crossing the Road

Today is Reading Day. The last day of classes was yesterday and finals start tomorrow. Driving into the parking lot this morning was a quiet experience. No cars! But there sure were plenty of road hazzards. Check out the locals and warm wishes for a wonderful day to all of you.





12 comments:

Rositta said...

Enjoy your little bit of Canada, you can keep them you know, we have plenty more...ciao

Julie Marie said...

What a delightful way to start the morning.

Julie

Mary Timme said...

We are near a reservior and we have geese flocking and flying and honking many times a day. They always delight me as they waddle about not caring how their butts wobble. To be so real is my goal.

Inspired Tokens said...

I love geese. We are in a flight path of several groups that frequent our city. I just love to look up and listen to them. They are beautiful creatures to watch.

turquoise cro said...

Geese YOU! Annie! LOL What in the world??? How many is there??? Are they having a reunion??? That picture of the couple kissing was my mom and dad! Thursday, I got the sugar cubes, my neighbor passed away Friday and my mom and dad's 60th Anniversary was the next day, Saturday and I was determined to really savor them after the shock of my neighbor dying! I think I wanted to get the message out how things can change soOOOOoOoo fast! I was really excitied to start a new project of a glittery house but then the next day, it wasn't a day for glitter!!!

Bimbimbie said...

Hi Annie - Canadian Geese? Some of them have been tagged too wouldn't you like to know where they have been and where they might be on their way too - or have they reached their destination? Are they "talkative" when on the ground - I used to hear them fly overhead when living in the UK and calling to one another - probably giving flight directions *!*

qualcosa di bello said...

what a gaggle of geese!! be careful where you step after they pass by :)

Carmen said...

WOW!!!!

PaulS said...

Cool. I would be chasing those ducks across the road going, "Shoo Shoo," just to watch them waddle faster like the curious almost pompous creatures they are. Cool.

miss*R said...

I love them..are they ducks or geese? We have wood ducks here and I love it when they have their babies walking all in a row.

paris parfait said...

Oh, how sweet! Great photos, Annie. xo

Crafty Green Poet said...

Oh I love geese, we were at a nature reserve near Manchester recently and there were lots of Canada geese, just like those in your photos.