you are so fortunate to be able to see both in the same day!
And we do not take it for granted, Joanne. We know have the best of both worlds.....city 30 minutes away and the beaches a mere five minute drive.
You are very blessed to have such wonderful scenery to walk amongst. The beach must look different every time. I rarely see the sea, living 25 miles north of London as I do!
One of the reasons we moved here 24 years ago, Frances.You are correct, the beach changes daily....we never know what to expect but love whatever it throws at us.Well I am happy you at least get to see the sea in Ron and my posts.
Best of both worlds.
That's right, Pat!
Contrasts keep it interesting! Have a good one!
Yin and yang, Louise......it's all about balance.
Nice shots. Still not sure if I would feel secure on those balconies...
I know what you mean Sharon! I never feel 100% secure on any balcony either.
Recently chris suggested we relocate to Halifax to work for a few years!
I remember you had said this John a couple weeks ago. Is it still a possibility? I can see why it may interest Chris because there is an established medical community here with the universities, medical school and hospitals.What are your feelings? I think you may like this small city with a little bit of everything you like....theatre, symphony, art school, very Anglo-Saxon history, and close to the USA!!
Lovely contrast - but I much prefer the beach! Oscar is still limping badly and in pain, I'm afraid. Thanks for asking.
Sure is wonderful to be able to so easily experience both styles.
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.