Frogs on Land; Flowers on Water

We went Up North this week. In Minnesotan and Wisconsonite speech that means at a lake 100 to 200 miles (160-320K) to the north of a major city. We saw a frog, an eagle, water lilies and loons. The pair of loons that always return to nest at the lake had two chicks this year!

We had a great time at the lake with three generations in non-motorized watercraft; canoe, sailboat and SUP. How quickly the days washed by… We are back at home in Madison. What are you up to this weekend?

Frog on Land Photo: R. Cuningham

Fuimos “al norte” esta semana. En Wisconsin y Minnesota significa 100 a 200 millas (160-320K) al norte de una ciudad grande.

Vimos una rana, una águila, nenúfares y cuatro somorgujos. La pareja de somorgujos que siempre vuelve al lago ¡tuvieron dos crías este año!

Lo pasamos bien con tres generaciones en embarcaciones sin motores; canoa, barquito de vela y SUP.

Qué tan rápido se fueron los días… Estamos de vuelta en Madison. ¿Qué pasa para tí este fin de semana?

Half a water lily. Photo: R. Cuningham

This is part of Debbie’s Six Word Saturday. Cee what nature photographers are up to. What could be more colorful than Cee’s Flower of the Day? #FOTD Click on the challenge name for a picture show!

Parte de Seis palabras los sábados de Debbie’s Six Word Saturday. Haz un clic en el título anterior para ver más fotos. Parte de las Flores diarias de Cee. Haz un clic en el título anterior para ver más fotos.

¡Olé! –Rebecca

Rebecca Cuningham

39 thoughts on “Frogs on Land; Flowers on Water

  1. Looked to be a calm and lush time spent outdoors! My weekend was busy spent going around Los Angeles, enjoying the last of the good, summer weather and eating LOTS of good food. And with good company, too! Hope you have a wonderful week ahead. 🙂

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