The Week In More Than Seven Photos

I’ve realized after the last few weeks that our wonderful parks need to add signs for some trail walkers.

The first new sign should say Caution Muddy Path May Be Very Slippery And Cause Some To Slip and Do The Splits.

It’s amazing when you constantly become distracted by slick mud how easy it is to almost bump into a sandhill crane on the trails.

Things do get a little looney on the trails and thinking back on one of my favorite cartoons

I thought another appropriate sign should say “Be Vewy Vewy Quiet” because every time you shriek “there’s a fawn”

it causes disapproving looks

and more photos of their cute little white tails than their adorable spots and ears.

Of course, the local wildlife would also like a few signs added including Parental Warning: Do Not Follow Us Down This Path and

Only Kind Souls With Snacks Allowed On This Trail.

25 responses to “The Week In More Than Seven Photos”

  1. Ah Your nature trail looks so beautiful and serene, with so many wild things. 😀

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  2. Those photos are amazing! I can’t believe how close you got to the cranes!

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    1. Thank you and I always love walking with the cranes at this park!🙂

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  3. What a beautiful, beautiful place! Hope whoever did the split didn’t skin any knees or split any pants. Or shorts. 😉

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  4. So wonderful to see the emerald green flora and gorgeous fauna of your local trail, ACI. Your photos are beautiful, and how marvelous to see the sandhill cranes and fawns.

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    1. Thank you and I love seeing the young families wandering the trails!🙂

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  5. Great photos! I see some poison ivy on a tree, beware. 😎

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    1. Thank you and it’s definitely that time of summer to make sure to avoid the mosquitoes, ticks and poison ivy!🙂

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      1. You bet! I worked grounds maintenance in Lapeer for 20 years and learned to spot that type of ivy, it crawls up trees and can get huge, or grows out of the ground. Nasty stuff!

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  6. Looks very green and leafy, and full of life! Great shots, and I’m not too sure I’d want to get too close to a crane…

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    1. Thank you!🙂 I don’t recall the last time everything has been this green in July and it’s raining again today!! I love walking the paths in step with the cranes, but the little introverts always let me know when they’ve had enough of my company.🙂

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  7. A very eventful week! Deer are quite photogenic, aren’t they? 🙂

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    1. I love the little fawns and watching all the new families in the park!🙂

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  8. Wonderful! I especially love the photos of the fawn. So beautiful.

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    1. Thank you and it was a wonderful morning walking with the cranes and fawn!🙂

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      1. We can see that for sure. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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  9. Here’s looking at you, kid. That crane has some very red eyes. Let’s hope Elmer Fudd stays away from him as well as that scwewy wabbit. Excellent photos.

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    1. Thank you and we were laughing every time I forgot to be vewy vewy quiet and made sure all the animals knew where we were.😁

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      1. Noise or no noise it looks like yawl had a vewy vewy nice time.

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