Tag Archives: ducks in cold weather

A Room With A View

Or My Tangle With COVID-19 On the morning of Friday, April 23, it started with a feeling that someone, or something, had come into my bedroom during the night and beaten me with a rubber hose. I had achy-breaky-muscle-and-bone achiness. … Continue reading

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Open wide and say “WTF!!!”

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I’m tired of snow. There, I’ve written it. Mother Nature can sue me for all I care. I’m tired of the white, fluffy stuff falling on my river, on my birds, on my house! I’m not going to shovel, salt, … Continue reading

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Cold feet!

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It’s not easy being a duck in a frigid northern climate. They’re thin webbed feet get so cold, especially if the webbing is wet from being in the water. Although the ducks have ways of keeping their feet warm, it … Continue reading

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