Saturday, June 15, 2024


 We left Seal Bay RV Park this morning after a fun week with six other couples.  Lots of laughs, too much food and some awesome card games, just the way we like it.  I did quite a bit of walking around on the trails next to the rv park in Seal Bay Nature Park.  I found some birds to play with and I also found a few geocaches.

    Today we moved 80 kms (50 miles) down to park at Charlie and Sheila's for a few days.  We had a nice start to the day and sat outside for our hitch up breakfast of muffins and fruit.  However, within minutes of leaving the park we encountered heavy rain and had that off and off for the rest of the day.  All today’s photos were taken in Seal Bay Nature Park except for the bird in hand images.

Western Yellow Pond-Lily.

Brown Creeper.

Red-Breasted Sapsucker.



Downy Woodpecker showing a young one how it is done.

Downy Woodpecker.

Western Tanager.

Bald Eagle soaring above where we were sitting.

Pathway in the park.

Pathway in the park.

These trees rooted in a big stump that has rotted away over the years.

This Cedar Waxwing hit an RV window and stunned himself for a while.

He seemed to enjoy visiting with me and after pooping once on my shorts and twice on my hand, he flew away.


1 comment:

  1. A bird in hand, is better than two in a bush.
    They just need to find a better way of saying Thanks.
    Great pictures as usual.
    Be Safe and Enjoy!

    It's about time.