Tuesday, August 16, 2011

ABC WEDNESDAY -"E"-Eager to Eat!

 




The ducks will follow us everywhere on campus, eager to be fed...a little corn and bread work marvels for imprinting.

Since I have been posting lots of photos recently that I've taken on St. Kate' campus, I should tell you a little bit about it:

A dynamic university educating students to lead and influence, St. Catherine prepares students to make a difference in their professions, their communities and the world. At the University's heart is the largest, most innovative college for women in the nation. St. Kate's also offers a range of graduate and associate programs for
women and men.


Part of the campus backs up to our backyard.  Until a strong wind took it out, we had a white stile over the fence that our kids could use to hop into the campus.  The pond was a big draw where they and their cousins spent many happy hours with the turtles and ducks.


 I'd like you to learn more about the history of this university, whose campus I love, so click here! And to see more ABC Wednesday photos, go to this spot.

21 comments:

  1. "C'est la danse des canards
    Qui en sortant de la mare
    Se secouent le bas des reins
    Et font coin-coin
    Fait's comme les petits canards
    Et pour que tout l'monde se marre
    Remuez le popotin
    En f'sant coin-coin
    À présent claquez du bec
    En secouant vos plumes avec
    Avec beaucoup plus d'entrain
    Et des coin-coin
    Allez mettez-en un coup
    Maintenant pliez les g'noux
    Redressez-vous…" ;o))

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  2. Ducks! They look a lot better than they taste.

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  3. Florida ducks attack if they think you have food!

    Cute.

    Re Panera Bread - our first experience was at the Knollwood Plaza in St. Louis Park some years back. Panera Bread came to Florida relatively recently.

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  4. I like these ducks better than Canada geese. :)

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  5. Ducks always make good subjects for pictures. How wonderful that your kids were able to hop across the fence and have fun with the ducks and turtles Kate.

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  6. Now they look like they are on a mission. Great duck shots!

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  7. How cute, they are like little puppies following you.

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  8. I take it you have lived in the same location for quite a while, Kate. The university sounds like a wonderful place to get an education.

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  9. It is a little frightening, watching these intense duck soldiers coming at us . . .

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  10. looking very determined!
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  11. Eating won the day for both of us! And thanks for the link to St. Catherine's. I see that it too has become a university, just like my alma mater, Rosary College, became Dominican University. We were always partial to Catherine of Siena.

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  12. What cute ducks, I once raised a duck that the mother had abandoned.

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  13. Hello.
    I sometimes feed the ducks at one of my local parks. I find them quite frightening when they all come at you at once!

    Nice post.

    Evening Wind

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  14. always a quack away from eating eh !!


    Pheno, ABCW Team

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  15. They will follow you around once they're hungry.

    Epcot's Spaceship Earth, please come and see.

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  16. They look so cute walking! :-)

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  17. I'm busy looking at the wooden bridge, I love it :))

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  18. Love your parade of ducks.
    How nice to be backed against "your" lovely campus. Seems like a perfect place to grow up.

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  19. Ducks. Ducks and squirrels-always eager to eat! Oh, and pigeons too.
    I think my son falls into that 'eager to eat' category too! LOL!

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  20. I understand that if you have a problem with snails in your yard, getting a duck would solve the problem. They love to EAT snails.

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  21. There's just something about ducks

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