Here on Humber Bay three rainbows have appeared in as many minutes.
And Mommies and Daddies are out with their kiddies.
Spring is here and the bees are on the move. Most not already in a dedicated home are looking for one. So read up http://www.ontariobee.com
These folks are bee activists, and travel around protecting our most valued resource.
The Ontario Beekeepers association was established in 1881. They offer courses and workshops.
At first Beginner, then Intermediate, then Queen Rearing (advanced, 3 yrs experience)
Photos and credit: Ontario Bees Association, and their advocates.
My family have been questioning my blog. They say they never know if the news is factual or contrived. I’ll admit the photography is sometimes that of artists, or taken from those who share on Pinterest, mixed in with my own, but the idea behind all of this is to artistically convey my thoughts, and ideas, ahem, in a creative manner.
So keeping this in mind, I decided to show you some some shots of my visit to Plant World.
What I found is that silk flowers, or fake can sometimes fool you. Just add a little water, et voila, you have real flowers.
But what isn’t fake news is that Spring is decidedly here, and we are loving it lakeside. This little girl is going to have swanlings as she sits on her nest every day. And guess what? Mute swans share the responsibility. Good Daddy.
Springtime is here. At least on Humber Bay. Today my thoughts go to my youngest brother Jeff and the love of his life, Lisa Marie.
It’s not always easy leaving the little ones behind. If I was out West I know Jeff would take care of them. He does complain about them running around in the front yard, but eventually they go and play with their friends.
On Humber Bay I don’t see any bunnies, just ducks, swans and other birds. Lots of quack quack going on. Lordy, they must be mating or something.
Well, goodbye for now. I will catch up with you later.