Last Saturday, in search of an owl
Wayne and I spent about an hour walking around
on the beach of the Saskatchewan Landing.
The water is very low and of course, still frozen.
But we did see some odd and interesting things!
Odd: One lone sandal sitting on top of the snow?
I can understand underneath, but not on top.
Interesting: A split rock with
all it's pieces aligned.
Interesting: One lone leaf looking a bit like
a stingray swimming at the bottom of the water.
Odd: Is this a rock?
A bit of petrified wood?
I didn't touch it.
Interesting: Lots of pieces of wood weathered by
water, sand, wind and sun.
Odd: A boat sailing across
the prairie grasses.
Odd: A rock shaped like a skull.
Can you see it?
Interesting: A little rock shaped like a heart.
Odd: A piece of driftwood
looking a bit like an old dinosaur skeleton.
Interesting: A little yellow shovel
waiting for a wee hand to come and play with it.
Interesting: Wayne was walking ahead of me
and he appears to have left me a message.
Odd: Wayne still has some coffee left.
I would have thought it would be cold by now.
Interesting: I asked Wayne to take a photo of me
walking down the beach as I had
taken so many of him.
Odd: Stanley!!! I meant take a photo of
ALL of me walking down the beach!
Odd: Where does Stanley's hair stop
and the white sky begin?
Odd: It appears neither one of us
knows where we are kissing. That would be because
I had to photoshop our photos together
and our lips didn't line up. ;)
We got a dump of snow yesterday with
predictions of more snow today.
It appears winter has not passed us by quite yet.
Have a cozy Sunday!