Saturday, April 29, 2017

Saturday Morning Post


Sunny and foggy week here in Nova Scotia.....


Heath is in full bloom in the front garden.....


Never know what the tides will bring in.....


Curve in the road.....


Beach time....


'Spring' in the trees and on the ground.....


Ron and Sophie on the hill.....


 Hallelujah....it's spring!!


Looking towards West Lawrencetown.....


The Three Amigos walking through the dune grass.....


One of the 'harbour ferries' heading towards Halifax early last evening......


12 comments:

  1. I so wish we had discovered each other when I lived in New England. Nova Scotia is glorious!

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    1. Wouldn't that have been cool!
      Yes as in most locations,, there are 'glorious' parts of Nova Scotia.

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    1. Thanks, Joyce. Our heath thrives while out heather struggles.

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    1. And to you and your Rare One Debra.

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  4. Spring, and still wearing a thick jacket, hat and gloves??? Love the three of you together, and your front garden shows it really is spring with that lovely colour.

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    1. THAT would be spring in Nova Scotia, Jean! Things don't really start to get warm till mid May around here.
      'We three are always together...the way we like it.
      Yes how these flowers survive is certainly a conundrum.

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  5. Yes, "Hallelujah....it's spring!!" LOL I feel the same way. Great shots this week. I hope you're all enjoying a wonderful weekend.

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    1. Thanks, Martha.
      Spring has FINALLY sprung here!!
      Now make sure you two take a break and get out there to enjoy it! Housework can always wait....right?!

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  6. Lovely variety of photos Jim, spring is arriving slowly this year here on the west coast as well.

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  7. Wow! Wow! Wow! Great shots, Jim! I can't wait till get home and can play with my photos some more ~ Yours are so inspiring!

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