Author Archives: Karin Grundt

The Rescue of “Russell Crow”

An early phone call, especially on a Monday morning at 8 o’clock, never brings good news. At least not in my life. The number did not look familiar and with caution, I answered. A male voice came right to the point: he said “there is a raven in distress in the parking lot of Sault College… I saw him yesterday ...

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Vacant Lots – “somebody should do something”

Every day, driving by the end of Regina Crescent to the trail to walk my dog, it irks me to see the garbage along the vacant lots, where the rabbits should be able to run free. The old saying “somebody should do something” always crossed my mind… and I realized the first step is always the hardest. After cleaning highways ...

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Obituary to Biscuit the Raven

For over a week now, my heart is heavy and I feel like crawling under a rock. No, not because of the virus and being cooped up, but because I feel as though I caused the death of a flock of ravens. It was the end of a sunny afternoon when a knock on the door interrupted the peace and ...

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Biscuit

Oct 24, 2020 at 09:37 My granddaughter, Katie had to leave the dorm of the university due to COVID-19. By the time she was settled in my house, it was May 2020… a cold rainy day with ravens making a lot of noise in the backyard. I knew I had a nest in my tall spruce trees, but why the ...

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