The ducks have found that the sign makes a view perching place.
The guardians of the no fly fishing zone :)
Good thing they are watching the forest so it doesn't start moving toward the fort. Interesting signs.
Hih Hih, cool Ducks!
Hello, great collection of signs. I like the last shot with the no-fishing sign and the ducks. Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!
The log piles remind me of our forest. We have what is called a working forest. During daytime weekdays it is technically closed to public access, but evenings and weekends the public can share the logging roads and trails to get into the forest. There are several campgrounds co-maintained by the logging companies and the regional district. Most logging companies are good with public relations, but there are a few that aren't as cooperative to share their leased natural resource areas. - Margy
Christine, I loved all your signs! And the photo of the logs. I like stuff like that a lot. The photo of the ducks and fly fishing sign is so cute! BTW, I LOVE McVitie Digestives, but mostly the plain ones. I do like dark chocolate (too much), but since my first experience with Digestives was the plain kind when I was in England for the very first time, I feel a sort of loyalty to them. LOL I know, it's a little strange.
I hope the ducks can read!
I hope that fishing by the ducks is OK -- they will keep what they catch ;>. Wonderful park.
Beautiful Christine, loved all the photos, especially the birds and the babies.
Great area and group of signs!
those logs are to climb on?
fantastic.I love the ducks.best susa
Love the sign with the Mallards on it Christine.
there's a forest as this one close to us, we find a special atmosphere and relaxing !!the combination of signs is impressive ...
Excelentes fotografias e belos pormenores.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
Muito lindas e adorei os patinhos! bjs, chica
I have two boys who would have been sorely tempted to climb those logs!
And even ducks politely are sitting, seeing that sign :)