Raymore Park never sleeps

Copyright © 2013 by Roy Murray, all rights reserved.

Bright lights looking north towards Weston but dark in the park.

Copyright © 2013 by Roy Murray, all rights reserved.

Looking south, all is dark.

In winter, deer, muskrats, coyotes and foxes are seen occasionally in daylight; especially when the river is frozen. In fact, we get pretty well everything you would expect in the countryside, except for bears and wolves since the river valley acts as a wildlife corridor.

Even in daylight, few people use the park. Although there is a large population surrounding it, most people just aren’t interested. At night, especially in colder weather and with longer hours of darkness, people are even more scarce and wildlife is able to relax a little more.

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