No time for radio this weekend……..

There were train tracks here at one time.
2 clicks into our walk
It seems that up this way spring has sprung early and I am not complaining at all. Today the temperatures were in the 16C range which has broken a 35 year old record. Today the sky was clear, the sun was shinning and no wind at all so it was due time to take in some nature walking. Very near to our home is a nature trail that winds
A shot of the Grand River
along the Grand river. This nature trail goes for 77 km's (we did 6 of the 77 km's) The trail is an old railroad run that was made into a nature path. Julie took her camera along the only wild life was a red tailed hawk, Cardinal and some Canada geese. The shoots on the blog were taken by me with my Iphone as we walked along.The trail is very well maintained and no motorized vehicles are permitted. In the winter it is a great cross country ski spot as well. I was scouting out some stopping areas for when I bring along my K2 possibly this summer. I did find some nice spots and will see what the summer brings!


Mike Weir, VE9KK, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from New Brunswick, Canada. Contact him at [email protected].

4 Responses to “No time for radio this weekend……..”

  • Ernest Gregoire, AA1IK:

    Very nice photos, Thanks

    de AA1IK

    Ernest Gregoire

    72

  • Mike Ve3wdm:

    Good morning Ernest, thanks very much for the complement on the pictures. They were just done on my Iphone as we walked. The weather is supposed to be great all week unbelievalbe for March.

  • pu2sub:

    hello very dry climate beautiful photos 73

  • Mike VE3WDM:

    Sergio Good evening to you and thanks for the complements. Thanks for taking the time to stop by and comment.

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