We think that it was the female, and we know that it has a baby!
We found it's nest the other day...
Mom, keeping her eyes on us!
Here's the little one. It's watching us too.
Poor little one's got a feather partly covering it's eye.
We're still in park cleanup mode. Someone is coming today to turn the water on, so I'll probably have some water leaks to fix this afternoon! Sounds like that's a fairly typical problem at this time of year.
Leaf cleanup is going good. Especially since they bought us a brand new top of the line leaf blower yesterday!
Kevin, using our new leaf blower.
There are lots of leaves.
There, that's better!
At the end of the day, we went for a walk on the hills around the park. You can go for miles on these hills and it's really pretty. There are fresh leaves starting to bud on the trees, and I bet in a week or so things will be a lot more green.
Kevin, and the South Saskatchewan River.
We're never sure if we should call it a river, or a lake. The River really is the South Saskatchewan River. but it's dammed to form a lake which is called Lake Diefenbaker. We're at the far western end of the "lake", but to my mind it's still a river where we are.
Kevin and Ruth at Cabri Regional Park.
The hills at Cabri regional Park.
The other side of the river.
Some of our campsites, waiting for campers.
Beautiful start to the morning, so we better go get some work done! They're calling for showers this afternoon.