Saturday, May 30, 2015

Saturday Morning Post


So good to be out and about with freedom to explore this beautiful province....


This is Cesna, a Goldendoodle that Sophie met the other day at Lake Banook.


The sometimes much maligned Dandelion.


Ron in amongst the trees.


Beach Art at Crystal Crescent Beach.


We had a lunch date yesterday with our niece, Brynn.


Brynn just got back from France 
and she brought us back a great selection of different teas.


Early evening stroll down on the boardwalk yesterday
and came across this camper van.


The fog came in and wrapped itself around us.


Ron was resting on this HUGE log at beach, so I took some shots from this weird angle.


It was hot and humid in city yesterday, so there were more cars than usual
here.....all to cool off!


Washed ashore.....a section of pier or wharf.


I liked the way the wind had blown the sand around this grass.




18 comments:

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    1. Thanks so much, blogoratti. Always good see you!

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  2. The foggy shots are most atmospheric Jim. Ron looks to be in deep slumber - excellent and unusual angle! Finally, such lovely family shots of you both with your niece.

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    1. Thanks, Craig. I think you Scots know a thing or two about fog, eh?
      I couldn't resist taking that shot of Ron.
      Our niece is a real cutie and we love her to bits!!

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  3. good thing ron didn't have any 'bats in his cave'...hahaha! i don't malign my dandelions. i love every one of the billion little bastards that have choked out every single blade of my grass.

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    1. LOL! Joyce, I had not heard that term before.......'bats in his cave'. LOVE IT!!
      Hey, as long as the lawn is green, who cares!!

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  4. Special shots with Brynn, such a lovely girl!
    Nice fog - I'm glad it's there, I can't breathe that.
    Now... That's a van! (Seems well loved and used)

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    1. Not a fan of fog either, Sharon. I don't like not seeing into the distance.
      And who doesn't like Brynn!!
      The van came from British Columbia and it showed it's mileage.

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  5. Greetings, Cesna. Brynn is beautiful. You must be so proud to have a lovely niece.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. We are, Janie. Ron is the one who suggested her name to her mother when she was 9 months pregnant. We have watched her grow into this wonderful, mature young woman.

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  6. Wonderful photos! Looks like you had a great time. And isn't that what it's all about?

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    1. Thanks Martha. As you know, those 'important times' are so important!

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  7. awesome as always-Happy Saturday

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    1. Thanks so much Kathy! I hope things are getting better for you since your mom died. Take care.

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  8. Just call me "ScarNose" ~~ I fell off a rocking chair at age 2, sliced the end off my pedonnicle, had it sewn back on and it remains crooked to this day.

    Such is life!!

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  9. Beautiful beach scenes. I like the shot of Cessna in the dandelions and the photos of you and Ron with Brynn.

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