|A raccoon enjoying the decor in our backyard. |
Here we are well into October and I haven't blogged since July! August was pretty quiet, our free time was spent in the backyard and we enjoyed a weekly nature walk to various parks where we never knew what we would encounter.
|Butterflies at The Riverwood Conservancy.|
|A Ruby-throated Hummingbird in the backyard. |
|Enjoying a walk in a lake front park.|
|Bullfrogs were a surprise on the lake front outing. There were quite a few of them. |
|I can hear their croak in my head looking at these pics.|
|One of a few skunks who enjoy our backyard.|
|This Chipmunk entertained us much of the summer.|
|A sign summer is coming to an end when the Goldfinches start eating the Jerusalem Artichoke flowers. |
September was a little more exciting. After our birthday gathering in June, Andi and I decided we needed to have lobster together more then once a year, so the first annual "September Seafood Feast" was held on the long weekend. And what a feast it was!
|Now, that's a shrimp! First course.|
|Mussels in a garlic wine sauce. Second course.|
|The main event! |
Rob also caught up to me in age last month. We both had his birthday off work, and enjoyed a lovely nature walk and picked up schnitzel and pierogies from V's Schnitzel House
|Still a hottie at 52!|
We had a vacation week towards the end of the month. It was mostly a stay-cation, but we did do one overnight to Niagara Falls. It was a much needed getaway, as we hadn't had one in almost a year. We also enjoyed a lot of nature walks, and some delicious meals at some local restaurants. Oh, and we also saw our first owl of the 2021 Fall birding season, which started September 1st.
|We stayed at the Fallsview Casino Resort.|
|Views from our room. |
We enjoyed a lively and very enjoyable dinner at Margaritaville, did some shopping and I won all the money back in the casino playing the slots that Rob lost. It was a nice getaway.
|Our first owl of the Fall 2021 birding season! An Eastern Screech.|
I hope you enjoyed catching up with me!
As always, your pictures are lovely. I would enjoy watching a chipmunk too but we have many squirrels here to entertain us.
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