I wondered what came first as I encountered this fallen giant on our work break walk along the trail at Beaver Lake Nature Center. Did the tree fall because the trunk had been hollowed out by nature? Or did nature hollow out the trunk after the tree had fallen? Advertisements
This fallen giant gave its all around Beaver Lake. Now it points its way to the pretty water.
I wondered, during out work break walk at Beaver Lake Nature Center, how these trees managed to fall in such a way that they stayed up in this pattern. Magnificent, nature is.
My two stops at the bird watching station on our Staff Summit Day at Beaver Lake Nature Center paid off well. Before reporting to the morning session, I spied a gorgeous red cardinal. Come the afternoon break, I came upon two cavorting yellow beauties. Oh how fortunate I felt. Can you help me figure out…
The colors were right during our work break walk at Beaver Lake Nature Center. Above and below.
Our usual work break walks are at a huge park with well-paved paths. At our annual Staff Summit at Beaver Lake Nature Center, the paths were dirt and the lake was tiny. Serene. Peaceful. And there was enough time for some reflection.
When you do decide to take a walk outside at the Beaver Lake Nature Center, you’re left with a choice. My colleague/friends and I were walking after we had finished lunch. Our time crunch did not allow us to take the lake loop. We did not leave any Cheetoh’s to help us find our way…