Ron and I took a peaceful ride to the Bashakill again. We’ve been stopping by, hoping to view the bald eagles that nest there.
This peaceful corner of the earth envelopes you instantly. The stillness sliced periodically by sweet bird calls and the occasional bull frog cry (sounded more like a banjo).
Red-winged black birds were out and about, teaching their babies to fly, and the water lilies, like little yellow jewels were just beginning to bloom upon the water. Ron and I jumped out of the car just chock full of enthusiasm for viewing the eagles nest, but we forgot all about those binoculars as the serene environment swallowed us up.
We sat on rocks and just drank it all in. Haven’t felt that way in a loooong time. Being fully conscious of our interconnection with Nature and this beautiful planet just bustling with living energy. — The web of life.
Directions to The Bashakill Wildlife Management preserve are included in the link below:
If you should decide to make this day trip keep in mind that right across the street there’s a wonderful new winery you may consider.