Thursday, October 09, 2008

The Rock Georgeham

The conservatory at the Rock - sans grapes


My favourite chairs.
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14 comments:

john.g. said...

Lovely place Mum2!

sablonneuse said...

I've so enjoyed catcing up with your account and photos. You certainly get around. Lucky you!

PI said...

John.g: you and Dad would have liked it.

Sandy: I'm so glad it didn't bore the pants off you. One never really knows:)

apprentice said...

Oh look blue sky, what's that?
I enjoyed coming along for the ride on your trip Pat. It must have hurt admitting that MTL was right!

Lots of our backroads are in a shocking state too, all the rain we've had I think, plus the odd mini landslides.

Crabtree said...

The formula is pretty ! " I’m a bit like the princess- who- could- feel- the- pea –through- mattresses " Certainly the memory of the tale which read you your Mom ?

The beautiful photographic Illustrations, surprise me so much ,a such mirage, they remind me the familiar reflection of some places close of to me with if to mistake !?
Add some pinks trémières, of this of there...of the mimosa of four seasons ,for the dealbata it is necessary to wait until February! And of the pink Laurel !!!
I travel of my office in some hundreds of lieues and I have the disconcerting feeling to be close to at home !

Pour vous !

Jack said...

You and YTL have the most delicious outings, in every meaning of the word! So many pretty little villages with nice pubs and hotels. Very inviting and you seem to make the most of them. Thanks for all the pics; love seeing the English scenery.

PI said...

Anna: I'm used to it and live in the hope that he will one day follow my example and admit I'm right:)
Happily the oil sump seems to have survived.

Crabtree: that reminds me of my mother when - as a little girl - I used to complain the elastic was too tight in my pants. (I hope that isn't rude in French).
I know well you have many such beautiful plaaces in France.

PI said...

Jack: I'm glad you enjoyed them. We have settled - at this stage of life - into simple pleasures: nature, the country-side and food and drink. And thou - as it were.

nursemyra said...

interesting chairs

PI said...

nursemyra: and so very comfy.

Crabtree said...

That isn't rude in French !
It is embellished with images as we like him !

PI said...

crabtree: that is a relief.

problemchildbride said...

Great chairs! Very Charles Rennie MacIntosh

PI said...

Sam: I wonder if the CRMs are as comfortable?