I will surely come over, or up , and sit with you. Well wrapped up, in case that storm on the western areas travels east to your place. The saying " Sit on a log and think of me" I have done that quite a bit this last week, so many logs to choose from as well!!! So thinking of you all. greetings from Jean
Jean, I think you were a weather forecaster in one of your 'past lives'! Always on top of the weather....world-wide!This bench is here for you when you take that 'GoPro' trip around the world!!I can imagine Jean that this week has been difficult for you. I know you have been reflecting on memories of your dear friend. Take care.
I haven't been near an ocean since the early 80s-I miss it sometimes-loved the photos
WHAT!? lolThe only time I was away from the ocean was back in the late 760's and early 80's when driving across the US and Canada. I couldn't wait to get to each coast!! Funny how we get used to our surroundings, Kathy.
yes I agree, I don't swim but I loved living on the ocean in North Carolina back in those days-I really loved the sound of the waves. I also spent time in the mountains in Colorado which I really loved too-now I live in the middle of the woods-so that's good too-lol
Very adaptable I'd say, Kathy.
Beautiful photos of the wonderful expance of your ocean. Lucky you, and what a wonderful place to be able to sit and enjoy the view. Looks a bit cold though. Amazingly enough, we are having a snow/ ice storm in Dallas, so I am dressed just about the same as you are. Pretty unusual for this neck of the woods!
I have heard Jeanne that places that don't normally get snow are getting some this year! We don't usually get our 'allotment' till February here in Nova Scotia.I have learned over the years that being near the ocean is essential to my well-being. It's in my blood I'd say. Actuall Jeanne, as you know already, one doesn't have to go too far here in NS to get to the ocean.
Sophie has such a great life!
She is one adventuresome dog for sure, Inger! We love taking her everywhere possible. She has learned to settle somewhat in different settings....thank goodness.
Looks like a perfect dog walking spot there, I wonder who enjoys walkies more you or Sophie?
We both do Hayley-Eszti! And this is a great area for dogs and humans alike.
I came. I sat. I enjoyed.Love,Janie
Thought you would Janie!! Good to see you!
It sure looks chilly, but such warm company!
Mitchell, you remember those days in New England, right? Well, December is usually very bearable compared to Jan/Feb!!You are right....the company is perfect!
You and Ron are killing me with all your gorgeous photos of NS today! I'd sit on that bench with great pleasure; but you wouldn't be sitting on any outside bench in Colorado today, let me tell you! Well maybe if you were wrapped up in a heating pad! Actually, I'd be running around like SD because I'm not much of a sitter! Take care!
We will reserve this bench for you Louise when we see you on your next 'home' visit to NS!I have heard about the weather conditions there and in Alberta! I am very appreciative of our 'coastal climate'!!
Those vivid colors warm my soul!
Mission accomplished!! lolThanks, Pat.
Don't mind if I do! Especially in a place that I can take oodles of photographs in!
I'll meet you there come summer.
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.