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.

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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.Image  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.

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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.Image

Directions to The Bashakill Wildlife Management preserve are included in the link below:

http://www.traillink.com/trail/d–h-canal-trail—bashakill-wildlife-management-area.aspx

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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.

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http://www.traillink.com/trail/d–h-canal-trail—bashakill-wildlife-management-area.aspx

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