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Sunday, 26 April 2015

Sunday walk

It is a fairly pleasant day and we walked along a different dike. I think this is a drainage canal which is used by farmers to irrigate their fields. Large blueberry fields were on one side of the dike and we saw that a number of bee hives had been set up, no doubt to encourage pollination. I hope the blueberry crop is plentiful this summer because we do use a lot throughout the year.







         Right about here we saw an eagle fly overhead. By the time I got my camera out he was gone!



                     These are the first wild roses that I've seen in bloom so far.
Nothing terribly interesting to write about but I did want to post. Thanks for visiting.

                           Granny Marigold

3 comments:

  1. Such a pretty place to walk! I was surprised to see that I have missed three of your posts. I can't seem to keep up now that gardening time is here. I love the tea cups in your garden. It reminds me of Alice in Wonderland. Your flowers are lovely.

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  2. I have fun trying to recognize where your photos are taken. As I scrolled down, it felt familiar, and then I recognized East Abbotsford and the beginning of Sumas Mountain in the background:)

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    1. Yes, we walked on the dike just a bit up from Hogan Park.

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