Get a cup of your favourite beverage and a comfortable spot to sit. Now, kindly go visit the Ontario Parks Blog and enjoy. ~ LavendarLadi
One of my favourite signs is from a lookout over the Grand Canyon. It simply says, ONE MINUTE. DON’T READ. DON’T TALK. NO PHOTOS. JUST LOOK…..AND SEE. It is something that I hope you will do often when you visit our parks or other natural areas in Ontario. But how about this variation? TWO MINUTES. … Continue reading Soundscapes from across Ontario
Source: Soundscapes from across Ontario – Parks Blog
This year Spring may be taking it’s time to join us in Ontario but my little crocus’ have been peeking out. I am grateful that they are reminding us that while slow, spring is starting to awaken.
“Always be friendly, always be kind, Like the most beautiful flower that you can find.”
― Debasish Mridha
It’s when picking up litter and jogging combine to become plogging. Robin Gill checks out the Scandinavian idea that has people taking steps to clean up the environment.
Swedish ‘plogging’ fitness craze is now sweeping the streets in Canada By Robin Gill Global National BC Correspondent & Weekend Anchor Global News
Source: Swedish ‘plogging’ fitness craze is now sweeping the streets in Canada – National | Globalnews.ca
Today’s post comes from Roger LaFontaine, park naturalist, classically trained biologist and amateur lake monster researcher. He has spent nearly two decades researching and documenting the occurrence of mysterious creatures in Ontario. We think that we know our lakes and rivers well, but, in reality, we have barely scratched the surface. Unknown to us, the … Continue reading Lake monsters in Ontario Parks
Source: Lake monsters in Ontario Parks – Parks Blog
Among the many things that made last weekend wonderful was the sense of wonder that I felt visiting the butterflies, Niagara Falls and the floral showcase.
I hope you never lose your sense of wonder
You get your fill to eat but always keep that hunger
May you never take one single breath for granted
I Hope You Dance by Lee Ann Womack
I am so grateful for feeling that sense of wonder. It felt like … there was magic in the air.
Surrounded by soft wings that floated, swirled, sat still and soaked in the sunshine. It’s incredibly peaceful and soothing in there!
Then we were next to the thundering of water. It was as loud as the butterflies were quiet. The make-you-feel-tiny volume of water will always amaze me.
Our final stop that day was to the Floral Showcase. Greenhouses that hold vibrant uplifting displays of colour and soothing, grounding shades of green. Everywhere you turned another leaf or petal caught your imagination.
What brought a smile to you this week?
What are you grateful for?