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Monthly Archives: April 2012
2012 Kanata Badminton Club Annual General Meeting It is almost the end of another successful season for the members and executive of the Kanata Badminton Club and that means that it is time for another annual general meeting. The KBC … Continue reading
April 23, 2012 – Woke up this morning to heavily overcast skies, took a look out the window, and, like the weather forecasting groundhog, decided that it might be better to get back under the covers.
Am I on the right track? 🙂 April 18, 2012 – The winds, that I discussed in an earlier post , have now headed east and the sky is blue, so off I go again to photograph the Magnolias at … Continue reading
Wind!Lots of Wind! Wildlife! Hockey! I didn’t have much exciting planned this afternoon when I opened the door and headed out to my car with my camera equipment. I thought that I might like to head to the Experimental Farm … Continue reading
Fletcher Wildlife Garden/Jardin Écologique Fletcher, Ottawa Ontario (Location) This AM, I had started off before sunrise driving to the airport so that my wife could catch a flight to Winnipeg. On the way home, I stopped first at Hogs Back … Continue reading
Kanata Parkland Over the past number of years, the residents, and councillors representing them, have had a number of discussions and disagreements with builders over what should or should not be done with some of Kanata’s natural spaces.
Marlborough Forest , Ottawa – O’Neil Road Access Point After our visit to the Cedar Grove Trail, we decided to head north along Dwyer Hill Road and check out the O’Neil Road Access Point.
Rideau Trail – Marlborough Forest – Cedar Grove Walking Trail Today the weather looked very promising so we planned a little outing to part of the Rideau Trail that passe through the Marlborough Forest. The Rideau Trail itself runs from … Continue reading