Humidity in the Creek

View from Louise McKinney

View from Louise McKinney

…and everywhere else. A hot and humid walk through Louise McKinney and Mill Creek Ravine on Tuesday, on my way to an appointment. In retrospect, probably not a good idea to get sweaty before a meeting, but it did clear the cobwebs, or should I say, drown them.

Plague resistant waders

Plague resistant waders

Maggie in the riverSpotted two people waist deep in the North Saskatchewan River. Weird. Not sure I’d do that. Maggie, on the other hand, is more than willing to dip her lady bits into murky water. The previous day we went to Terwillegar off leash, and she jumped into the river and stayed there for half an hour. We walked up and down the shore, which was much wider than usual because the water level is so low. This was also evident from my view off the Cloverdale footbridge. Seagull island, which is often submerged, was alive with birds. And those people. Wading in the water. Weird.

Heading into Mill Creek Ravine

Heading into Mill Creek Ravine

27C (Tuesday)

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