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COLD WEATHER WALKING – -”Don’t Hibernate in the Winter”

Posted: January 2, 2014 8:51 am

  Don’t let a little bit of cold  and snowy weather keep you from walking on Presque Isle.   The park is beautiful in the winter!   The following are some tips to make these walks better, warmer, safer and more fun.   We all know that walking is the simplest way to stay active, because… View Article


A RAINY DAY ON PRESQUE ISLE

Posted: November 8, 2013 6:47 am

   It’s early on a Friday morning in late October.    On Presque Isle there is no wind at all;  complete stillness rules the day.  As shadows of morning creep across the park, a light rain begins what looks like will be a day-long assault.    The morning is cold, 42 degrees, and the sky bleak and a… View Article



SUNDAY OF LABOR DAY WEEKEND ON PRESQUE ISLE

Posted: September 7, 2013 8:11 pm

The day was perfectly unremarkable.  It was Sunday, September 1 and the day is greeting my trip to Presque Isle with a dull, cloudy sky with little or no visible sun.  Well, this has been that kind of summer in the eastern United States. The scene seemed almost monochromatic without even a hint of color.  … View Article


COULD PRESQUE ISLE BECOME YOUR MODERN DAY WALDEN POND?

Posted: August 29, 2013 3:53 pm

It’s a big and troubled world, full of unimaginable problems so overwhelming that many people, including myself, sometimes have trouble coping with.   Early each morning, I start my day reading the New York Times, the Erie Times and pull up the BBC website.   It truly is a troubled world. It is at times like that… View Article


WANDERING ON PRESQUE ISLE – - – “Where am I”

Posted: April 14, 2013 5:40 am

                I call it wandering.   Wandering is an art that is always practiced outdoors.   It is walking, yet not in the way most people think about walking.   When I wander, I have no plan, no exact destination and most times no defined objective to my journey.   When I leave for Presque Isle or… View Article



ON KEEPING STILL – - Spring is on its way to Presque Isle

Posted: March 6, 2013 8:17 am

  As I write, this its March 2, just 18 days until spring pops officially into being. A sure sign that this is true is that the woodpeckers are become more active. The other morning there were two on my suet feeder in the backyard. My wife and two friends said they saw quite a… View Article


ENJOYING THE SNOW? – - Maybe we should while we can.

Posted: January 28, 2013 6:41 pm

  Snow is not necessarily my first love.   However, from November’s first tentative flakes which are usually followed by the season’s first full-fledged blizzard, to that sneaky quiet midnight assault of eight new inches of the white stuff; I do admit to fondly recalling my youthful enthusiasm about the coming of winter.   As a Times-News… View Article


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