The weather today has been absolutely glorious. (And so was the brunette park ranger who waved at us as we left. Who’s that girl?) [ As in other posts within our family of blogs, you can see different images of the subject by clicking your browser’s REFRESH button… Enjoy! ] Beautiful women aside, today was […]
Entries Tagged as 'Radnor Lake'
April 7th, 2012 · Comments Off on Hiking at Radnor Lake in April 2012 · Radnor Lake
April 6th, 2011 · Comments Off on South Cove trail finally reopens at Radnor Lake · Radnor Lake
The eagerly anticipated reopening of Radnor Lake’s flood-ravaged South Cove hiking trail finally happened on Sunday, April 3, 2011. The South Cove hiking trail at Radnor Lake has been strictly off limits since the major flooding occurred 11 months ago during the first few days of May 2010. The scuttlebutt trickling down to me was […]
April 5th, 2011 · Comments Off on Video – Canada Goose, Three Goslings Grooming at Radnor Lake · canada goose, Radnor Lake
This short video shows a Canada Goose and three (3) of her goslings engaging in a little self-grooming activity – a good example of how young animals learn by emulating a parent.
April 4th, 2011 · 2 Comments · Radnor Lake, Reptiles, snakes
This is one of three videos of a large gray rat snake photographed at Radnor Lake on June 3, 2008. This prime specimen – one of the largest rat snakes I have ever seen anywhere – was found crossing the trail at Radnor Lake somewhere between the lake and Ganier Ridge. The original post describing […]
April 26th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Radnor Lake
This hike took place on Sunday, April 25, 2010… Steve D. invited me on a Radnor Lake hike on Sunday afternoon, one day after the largest storms Nashville has seen yet this year. We took a chance that there would be parking spaces available in the East lot, and we scored a spot. Starting from […]
April 13th, 2010 · 3 Comments · canada goose, ducks, flowers, lizard, Radnor Lake, red-tailed hawk nest, skink, squirrel, turtles
Mike E. invited me for a hike at Radnor Lake today (Tuesday, April 14, 2010). It was sunny and 84 degrees F as we hiked. It almost seems as though we skipped spring this year and jumped right into summer temperatures. However, it must be a banner spring for plants, as I cannot recall such […]
April 12th, 2010 · Comments Off on Phases of the Moon: Diagram · astronomy, Radnor Lake
Have you ever wondered exactly what causes the various stages or phases of the moon and its ‘light’? (I enclose light in quotes since, of course, the moon never gives off its own light, but only reflects it.) I recently found a diagram which does a great job in explaining the phases of the moon.
April 11th, 2010 · Comments Off on Photos – Dusk Hike with Steve: Apr 11, 2010 · beaver, flowers, Radnor Lake, squirrel, sunset
April 9th, 2010 · Comments Off on Male Turkey on Display at Radnor Lake · Radnor Lake, turkey
These events occurred on March 27, 2010… For some reason, I have not had many turkey sightings while hiking at Radnor Lake in Nashville, Tennessee. From what I hear, it seems others have a lot more luck spotting these big birds at Radnor Lake than I’ve had. Even though my turkey sightings at Radnor have […]
April 8th, 2010 · Comments Off on Chilly Hike with Don at Radnor Lake · flowers, Radnor Lake, turkey
Thursday, April 8, 2010 We went for a hike at Radnor Lake today, even though it was cloudy and cool – not too bad, though: upper 50s or so. There was not a hint of direct sunlight, so the photos did not turn out as good as they would have in the sun. We did […]