Wednesday, May 11, 2011




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15 comments:

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello:
This all looks to be very delicious and is, we imagine, food to be eaten outdoors in the lovely setting which you picture.

Outdoor eating is, in our view, always enormous fun.

Pat said...

H: actually we were half and half - sort of in the doorway of the marquee. It's early for wasps but they ruin many a picnic:)

kenju said...

Lovely foods and landscapes!! How green it is there.

angryparsnip said...

What a lovely place to have lunch and what a wonderful looking lunch !
Good Times !

cheers, parsnip

Pat said...

Judy: considering we have had little rain it is still very green.

Parsnip: I forgot to mention the bread which we loved dunking in the dressing, and asked for more - like Oliver Twist:)

Jimmy said...

A nice looking spread hen, I hope you remembered to put a plate out for masel?

Kath said...

Wow, that second photo is amazing! Beautiful! x

Pat said...

Jimmy: of course. Where have you been?
You didn't write - you didn't phone...

Kath; I think that crack in the field must be a stream. I must slip over the fence next time.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

What a Beautiful setting, Pat...And the Platters look very yummy! I can see why you would want to go back many times in the future!

Come on by, if you get a chance, my dear....I wrote about a wonderful Documentary Film.....

Guyana-Gyal said...

Sometimes, life can feel infinitely beautiful. These pics. remind me :-)

Jimmy said...

Aye hen, no contact from me, but I did think of you when the lady sitting next to me on the plane began talking about her lovely garden in the Devon area.

I was slightly bemused when she kept stealing my newspaper to sit on. Apparently it reduces the risk of DVT, even though the flight was less than three hours.

Pat said...

Naaomi: I have indeed read your inspiring post but unable to comment I will try again before bed-time.

Jimmy: what a strange lady - not because of talking of her lovely garden but sitting on your newspaper. Reduce the risk of DVT - what rot! She was smitten, as are so many ladies. Must be very tiresome for Mrs Jimmy.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Blogger was so screwed up for DAAAAYYYYSSSSSS....But, I think it is all straightebed out now....We Can Only Hope! (lol)

Jimmy said...

It was tiresome for Mrs Jimmy, she was doing the crossword at the time Pat.

Pat said...

Thank you Jimmy. I do love to go to bed with a smile on my face;)