I have a few more pictures taken on March 5,when Jake and I walked through Livingstone Park,in Morden.
This stone is at the entrance to the park.
The park was named in honor of a gentleman who lived in Morden for many years.
Mr.Don Livingstone was a well liked business man in town.
As a matter of fact,when Jake and I got married in 1972,
we bought all our furniture from Livingston's.
The trails were well packed and easy to walk on.
By now I think the trails would not be good for walking,perhaps we'll have to wait a while
and let things dry up a little.
I found this rotting stump interesting.
Who knows what little creatures may try to make their hone in what is left of it.
Here is another path,but this one has been made by the White-tailed deer.
Many of the areas were covered with deer tracks and deer droppings.
One single hoof print in the snow.
It was hard to get a picture of just one or two,because there were just too many.
We were amazed at the lack of birds,but did find this White-breasted Nuthatch busy feeding on something. I know that in a short while the bird activity will increase and we will be back to capture it.
On a side note,our temperatures have been very mild and the snow is disappearing fast.YEAH!!!
THIS IS THE DAY TO ADMIRE THE MYSTERY AND BEAUTY OF NATURE.