Saturday we met up with Duncan's brother Rod and Birgit and went to Culbert's Bakery to get our donuts and some other treats before doing some shopping in the square. We then went to Flippin Eggs for a late lunch before driving to Bayfield for the rest of the afternoon. Rod and Birgit had not been to Bayfield before and plan on making another trip as they enjoyed the town and we didn't get to all of the nice shops. We headed back to camp and enjoyed a delicious dinner and spent the evening together. Our dessert of donuts and cookies were truly scrumptious. Thanks for making the trip down from Inverhuron to see us and we look forward to spending more time with the both of you in the near future.
Sunday morning I was up early and went for a three hour walk through the park. It was a little chilly and there was the occasional shower of ice pellets but it didn't deter me. All that exercise made me hungry for the yummy brunch Duncan had made for us. We enjoyed some more time watching and listening to the warblers that were migrating through the park before heading home. It was an enjoyable weekend despite the cold temperatures.
So many trees are in blossom
Chestnut-sided Warbler, another first
This Chickadee was building a nest
This male Redstart was singing for the ladies
Gone to seed already
Male Ruby-crowned Kinglet foraging for insects
Decaying artwork in the forest
Another first photo of the Cape May Warbler
Male Common Yellowthroat Warbler
Vacancy, well constructed nest available
Female Grosbeak working to open a sunflower seed
Nuthatch doing some preening in a tree at our site
Resting his eyes after finishing his preening
Lake Huron was showing many colours on Sunday morning