We’re under a rainfall warning … fine day for staying indoors, but there’s no escaping the humidity, which is 100% right now. Yuck.
Yesterday was nice though, and we took the ferry over to the Kingston peninsula. Saw a few eagles, but none of the shots came out well. At one place we stopped I met this friendly guy! A young dog … and so happy to see me! Dogs are funny that way — how they radiates positiveness. I sat down and talked with him … he was perfectly bilingual, he understood Swedish just as well as English.
After a little while, he ran off like a bolt of lightning, came back after a few seconds, with a stick, which he placed in front of my feet. He looked at me, and poked the stick a little with his nose. No way I could have missed that message! 🙂
I kept tossing that stick … time after time … he ran like a maniac, but just wanted to go on and on. I said to him that I wished I’d had just half the amount of his energy. He looked at me and seemed to be very understanding.
Here is a fern in the making! Funny, how they come, rolled up hard like this. Certain kinds are edible … Fiddleheads … and are sold in the grocery stores for a short period of time. When I searched for fiddleheads online right now, and found this link above, I saw a picture of a fiddlehead sculpture here in Saint John, and I don’t even know where it is! I’ve never seen it in real life.