Baby geese struggle to follow parents out of pond

The highlight of my day yesterday was these newborn geese trying their hardest to climb up the steep bank of a pond. Their parents, blessed with fully functional wings, made it up but the six goslings had major issues. I could try to explain it more but nothing would quite do the justice of whatContinue reading “Baby geese struggle to follow parents out of pond”

Goose Eggs Update!

I got a text from my friend who lives next to the geese I’ve been writing about, and here is what she said… in all caps, so you know it’s important: That’s right, some of the eggs have hatched!! Two, to be exact. I quickly biked over with my camera because I just had toContinue reading “Goose Eggs Update!”

Wildlife and more at Radnor Lake – Nashville, TN

An early start to a random weekday here in Nashville, and I’m so glad I made my way over to Radnor Lake. It’s an area where pets have to be leashed, and those pets aren’t allowed on trails (they ARE allowed on paved walkways). Nashvillians love this area for it’s peacefulness, and I kind ofContinue reading “Wildlife and more at Radnor Lake – Nashville, TN”

Kayaking 5.5 miles east of downtown Nashville, TN

I realized today that after I came back from Florida 2 months ago I haven’t done even one thing by any body of water (except one bath last week, if that counts??). I can’t blame it completely on COVID-19, to be honest. But the time came to break this bad trend in my life. WaterContinue reading “Kayaking 5.5 miles east of downtown Nashville, TN”