Monthly Archives: April 2016

Remember the trees

Today I was on East Fourth Street again and I saw these “Remember the Trees” signs.

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Treeless East Fourth Street

Fourth Street looks very bare without its big canopy of trees.

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Saplings Near Tischer Creek

  As I was driving on Arrowhead Road near Hunter’s Park I notice white stakes or sticks near a creek. I went around the block to get a closer look. The stick are hollow plastic and protect saplings. This is Tischer Creek.

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Rhubarb

The rhubarb is sprouting

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High Winds Snap Trees

The wind howled Sunday night and all day Monday. These two trees snapped during the winds. They are near 8th Avenue East and an alley snapped

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Windy, Rainy Day

The temperature hovered at about 36 degrees with a pea-soup thick, gray sky and winds howling at about 38 mph.

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Spring Sidewalk Poems

The sun was warm, but the wind was chill, (Robert Frost). Today we came across three poems about spring written on the sidewalk on 9th Avenue East. This first one was by Robert Frost, the next by Margaret Atwood and the third by Sitting Bull.

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Still Waters

The blue waters of Lake Superior calmly met the rocks along the Lakewalk. This morning. The day started out sunny and blue by afternoon we had rain. Notice the brown vegetation and super small buds on the twigs. Lake Superior keeps the temperature cool. The buds are further along up the hill away from the […]

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Rhubarb Shoots

The CHUM Rhubarb Festival is June 25th. It is surprising how fast these little shoots of rhubarb turn into gigantic leaves and stems and gigantic pies.

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Where does the lake end and the sky begin?

I originally took this photo to show off the orange roof on the former Catholic Church and also because I like the orange contrast with the blue lake. Can you tell where the lake ends and the sky begins? Also, how many church buildings do you see in this building. I see three.  

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