Material for blog posts is hard to come by when there are limitations on travel and most places are closed to the public. I looked to my neighbourhood and nearby places to find smile worthy sights. The residents of the home above must have been looking forward to a “Red Letter Day”.
This gate was a reminder that warm, sunny, summer days were just ahead.
This display was one of many I saw in during the season of Lent and Easter.
These leaves became a permanent part of the newly poured concrete walk. They looked almost like fossils.
The hares, always present in my neighbourhood, were in different stages of their colour change in April. Some were still snow white, while others were brown, and still others were a little bit of both.
What do you think this R & R stands for? Rest and Relaxation, Rock and Roll? I think it was probably painted on this cracked sidewalk by a city worker, meaning this section should be Removed and Replaced.
I was entertained by this squirrel as he was furiously digging nearby. What could he have been looking for?