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‘Heron Lady’ at GG Park’s Stow Lake Relishes Her Role as Nature Educator

By Judy Goddess

“Is this a goose egg?” a young girl asked, carefully cradling a small white egg. “I found it right there.” She pointed to a spot not 10 feet away from where Nancy DeStefanis was camped on her bench along the north side of Stow Lake in Golden Gate Park.  670 more words

Golden Gate Park

Kayaking Lake Ray Hubbard summer of coranavirus – 2020

I have two kayaks, a one person sit-inside Dagger Cypress I bought 16 years ago, and a new 2 1/2 person sit-on-top kayak for taking my grand kids. 218 more words

Travel

Paradise Island

Location, location, location. In real estate, it’s what everybody wants. When it comes to coveted property, Great Egg Harbor Bay has it all. Centrally located and convenient, with a wealth of nearby dining options, the bay is dotted with islands large and small. 842 more words

Nature

Camp Station Greenway's Finest Bridge:

On a humid mid-afternoon in June, my boyfriend and me looked for a nice area to walk around and practice our photography skills. We arrived at Camp Station Greenway in Gallatin where a Blue Heron flew across the creek looking for fish and Minos scattering from one area to another dodging the crawdads before they become lunch.

Activities

Return to Broadkill River

Thursday, June 18, 2020 found us spending a delightful afternoon paddling 8 miles on the picturesque Broadkill River. It’s been five years since we paddled the Broadkill, starting in Milton, DE, and we wondered why we hadn’t returned to such a scenic spot. 494 more words

Eastern Shore Kayaking

Then, a poem

that was all there would be

they couldn’t restock
a dying lake

just try to tell
a blue heron
of blue

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