The start of spring wasn’t exactly a flowering bloom of sunshine and warmth on Wednesday. Still, the serenity of many a riverfront scene in the Rumson-Fair Haven area will take the chill out of any day or bad vibe.Continue reading Reflection: A Ducky Spring
With the mild weather over the weekend and into the start of the week, R-FH area people were popping up all over the great outdoors for a little fairer weather respite.
It may be dank, damp and drizzly, but a sure sign that a rite of spring has taken hold came in the form of a family of Canada geese dilly dallying around their Schwenker’s Pond home in Fair Haven today.
Fair Havenite Sandi Richards von Pier spotted the parents and four babies taking a little trek around the Schwenker’s Pond area neighborhood.
She says they made their way up the hill from the pond, and onto Chestnut Street and into and around the neighborhood and back.
So, she greeted them and captured the family walk in a picture.
Well, the fertility that symbolizes the season is evident right here, even though there have always been complaints about the overpopulation and mess Canada geese leave behind.
Isn’t that just ducky? OK, it’s goosey.
There was a warm chill in the air on Saturday on the banks of the Navesink River in Rumson.
The water was still frozen from the cold snap and ducks made their way to a sunny spot on the street.
Take a look.