Tuesday, July 19, 2011

7/20 Outdoor Wednesday # 132

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It’s time for “Outdoor Wednesday”. Learn more about “Outdoor Wednesday” HERE

1. POST your outdoor photos and the Outdoor Wednesday logo/button on your blog and link back to http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com/ so that others will be able to find all the links to other Outdoor Wednesday posts.

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I hope everyone is having a great summer. I was out driving and stopped to take a couple pictures of a lake and the geese stopped by to see if I had anything to eat. Next time I will have to take some bread with me!

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45 comments:

  1. Hi Susan

    I'm sorry if my post comes up twice --I didn't see the link come up so I thought I entered it wrong.

    Yes, next time you will have to bring some treats for the geese ;)

    Hugs, Pat

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  2. Mu Mom lives on a small lake that is home to many ducks and geese. A family of geese nest in her yard each year and it is so much fun to watch the little ones grow up. Thanks for hosting and have a great week!

    Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  3. I'm sure the geese will forgive you ..... this time. Great pics!

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  4. Sorry! I linked up wrong! Hope you are having a great day:) Nice pictures!

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  5. I hope those geese can deal with this heat! I always wonder how the extreme heat we are having affects the birds and animals.

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  6. Living across from a creek, I see the geese daily but I don't dare feed them! They're already too comfortable in my yard and driveway. I have to be careful where I step :) Glad you enjoyed your time by the lake. Thanks for hosting.
    ~Lynn

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  7. What a beautiful quiet spot! We have a lake and it is so peaceful like this. Thanks for having us.
    Sherry

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  8. What a beautiful peaceful and serene place, Susan!...Christine

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  9. Thanks for inviting me to the party. I love your blog!
    bcp

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  10. A place to spend a lovely afternoon. We have geese at our neighborhood pond, and they love to visit the houses who feed. Thank goodness we live just far enough away they don't visit here. Same situation Lynn refers to. Ha, I love to watch them and take them food at the pond.......Thanks for hosting.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  11. Hi! I'm new here, but wanted to connect with some other gardeners. I'm enjoying your blog. Thanks for the party!!

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  12. Thanks for hosting the party! We have lots of geese on our lake! We've watched the babies grow and grow, and eat and eat!!haha Thanks for sharing your photos!

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  13. They are always funny ... they just know to come close in case you have food!

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  14. Lovely blog! nice clicks.Thanks for hosting the party...

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  15. I see the table and benches I wanted so bad! when I got back to the store to pick them up with my truck...it was sold out!

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  16. I go down to Lake Michigan beaches and usually forget to bring something to feed the Canadian geese just like you did. Oh well. Another time perhaps we can remember.
    Joyce M

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  17. The geese are so awesome!! It's been way too hot this summer for us to go to the local duck pond and see all the feathered friends that stop by. Glad you got to see so many amazing geese though!!

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  18. Ah Canada Geese...What a beautiful place to sit..

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  19. Hi Susan,

    What gorgeous pictures of the lake and geese. So peaceful and a wonderful place to sit and collect your thoughts.

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  20. Hi, lovley pictures of the geese. I'm joining your link today. Have a great day! Pamela

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  21. Geese are awsome to look at but not so great on the dock. lol This year they were so bad the state actually allowed a round up so they took hundreds away. Have a great week. Debbie

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  22. That looks like a very pretty lake.
    I've opted for some stone carving this week.

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  23. Hi Susan, I love the lovely photos you shared today. Geese are a great photo op anytime.
    Thanks for hosting Outdoor weds.
    Hugs, Jeanne

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  24. such a cool and peaceful spot.
    Mama Bear

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  25. What a pretty pretty spot. I <3 the geese!

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  26. Very pretty photos. It looks like a great place to sit and read and relax. thank you for hosting this wonderful party!

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  27. Susan,
    The water looks smooth as glass. What a lovely setting. The geese are beautiful too, but I'm glad they aren't in my backyard anymore! (our last home was on a creek)

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  28. LOVE ducks and geese... pretty location!

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  29. Gorgeous pictures! The water looks refreshing in this heat! Have a blessed day! HUGS!

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  30. I love to see the geese...it is too bad that they make such a mess!

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  31. How pretty; the geese know a good place when they find it!

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  32. Beautiful lake and love the geese with their little waddle butts!
    Jeanni

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  33. Thanks for hosting such an inspired party!

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  34. My first time linking up to you!
    Found you at "My Shabby Vintage Studio".
    Thank you SO much;- I'll be back!
    Kindly,
    Sylvi

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  35. Those geese look like they mean business! Next time bring food.
    At our last home, which was right along a river, we had loads of geese, but not the Canada sort -- they were big fat white snow geese, like barnyard geese, they they were SUCH characters. They totally ruled the neighborhood.

    I miss them!
    Now we have chipmunks!
    Cass

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  36. What wonderful photos. Thanks for taking us along.

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  37. It is so wonderful to find them near the water! I just love it! We saw some ducks with babies and a dear with twin babies last week - didn't have my camera! Thanks for hosting hope you're getting some of this rain - we seem to be in a dry bubble!
    Kathy

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  38. Agh. Canada Geese are such a nuisance around here--they linger year-round and make such a mess! Beautiful photos! Thanks for hosting.

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  39. Linked!! Hope you enjoy the visit to my small balcony-garden.

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  40. Just found your blog and love the Outdoor Wednesday link party. Will be linking to it soon. We are your newest followers.
    Barb

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