The Wildlife are out--
Walking this morning , with Tess, the German (as in dog)- there were birds singing-and going from tree to tree-Plus--I hear the Bears are out--hungry too-
I live up North---about 30 miles from where the tree line changes--
We have Maple and Birch trees, plus Evergreens all around here, but--just a tad north of us, there are no deciduous trees--only evergreens--
We live on the edge of the Boreal Forest, where there is a different climate change also--
University students come here, after the snow goes, to study the rock formation in this area---
I pass Vans of them, with their Geology Professor, beside rock cuts, as I drive into town That's because the rocks that are under Southern Ontario, are right at the surface here with a lot of granite.
Thousands of years ago, when the earth was going through a lot of changes, lava moving across this area, left thousands of icey deep glacial lakes, one of which we live on--as well as small mountains chains, worn down over time--
The Penocean Hills is one such chain, right around here.
Northern Ontario is not populated with as many people as in the Southern part--
So we still live with bear, moose, deer--elk--lynx-foxes beavers--- black flies--- good fishing---untouched forests with tall white pines---
Our highways are not as traffic clogged as elsewhere.
But we are still touched with wireless WI FI--- I Pads--our hospitals have THE PET SCAN--and MRI's ----and SPARK PEOPLE_----
So there is a bit about ME----where I live-----
And--guess what?--To-morrow is APRIL FOOLS DAY!
--a good day to lose 50 lbs!