Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Room with a view 2

The back terrace from the bedroom

Part of the garden

Distance hills from the bathroom. I forgot to ask the name. MTL thinks the Blackdown Hills.
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9 comments:

Scarlet Blue said...

I think it's the Blackdown Hills as well. Beautiful.
I'm agog at the bed.
Sx
P.S Having two freezers is a slippery slope. Eventually you get round to defrosting them and find the blackberries you froze back in 1998...

Pat said...

Scarlet: the last freezer I bought was frost free so I was determined the new one would be also.
I always mean to be super efficient with a freezer but others just bung everything in and the usual chaos ensues. Ho Hum!

Luna said...

Hi Pat
How are you? Strangely enough, you've been on my mind lately. Isn't that weird? We don't know each other well, and continents away, yet, you're on my mind.
Anyway, wishing you good days, full of luck, love and magic.
Cheers!
Luna

Pat said...

Luna: thank you. You must be telepathic. I hope they were nice thoughts. Distance doesn't matter in blogging and I appreciate your kind wishes.;)

Guyana-Gyal said...

What a peaceful view. Windows fascinate me, I remember as a child, sitting at windows, staring out for ages.

Haha, based on your comment about trying to keep an organised freezer then what do [ahem] others do...?

I can laugh. It happens to me.

Maggie said...

What a wonderful spot to stop in. I too love that bathroom. Yes, I win some. His two collections in the living room allowed me to expand my cookbook collection too. LOL

Pat said...

GG: the others ignore the painstakingly written labels on each shelf. And after a while so do I.
I always steer away from windows with my computer or writing desk or I would never get any work done.

Maggie: give and take seems to work:)
Most of the time.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

What a BEAUTIFUL and luxurious space---And two beds, yet! I can see why you liked that bathroom, my dear.....And a grand view, too!

Pat said...

Naomi: yes the bathroom is our period.
Sometimes she puts another bed in - moves one of the wardrobes out and takes a family.