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Hi my name is Nora and Welcome to my blog world. This is a nature and birding photo blog about Vancouver Island, B.C. Canada. I am trying to be a birder and I take photos of the birds and scenery I find. I hope you enjoy your time here and please come back again. PHOTOS WILL ENLARGE IF CLICKED. The photos are slide show enabled if you click on them. If you click on the top lighthouse photo it always takes you to the most recent summary list of my postings.


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Wednesday, April 06, 2016

Good Fences

Today some fences for Good Fences Thursday! 

These are really not actual "fences" but they are pictures of the little bridge over the river at Charters Creek that has a fence on it.

I have not seen the bear but I have seen where he comes down and eats salmon when they are in the river.

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There is so much green, perhaps I will try NixPages Friday Greens!

The Memes I will join today are Good Fences Thursday and Nix Friday Greens! Thanks so much to the hosts: TexWisGirl who is Theresa at The Run *A*Round Ranch for Good Fences and Nick at Friday Greens!


Stephanie said...

Another beautiful spot to visit.

Margaret Adamson said...

To be the thing you walk on is the bridge and the fences are on either side to keep you safe.

Margaret Adamson said...

Hi Nora. Not sure whether my last comment got three but this is a gorgeous place to walk

TexWisGirl said...

oh, those trees and all that moss! gorgeous! don't see much moss in texas! :)

Ruth Hiebert said...

Beautiful pictures.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, Looks like a pretty spot for a walk. I like the bridge and moss covered trees. If it is from a distance, I enjoy seeing the bears. Enjoy your day and the weekend ahead!

Jenny said...

Your trees are so mossy. Makes the forest look quite cozy with the trees green and fuzzy. In Ontario, we sometimes have lichen on the trees but rarely moss so our tree trunks are greyish.

Christine said...

A very sweet spot to venture through and enjoy the beauty of nature!