Thursday, May 29, 2014

I told 'em Olden.

Easy to go ashore and walk about.

 Rush hour.
A phrase reverberated in my head: I lift up my eyes to the hills from whence cometh my help.
  I often wonder where MTL is.  If he is anywhere it would be here.



 Time to meditate with the Balmoral a safe distance.


16 comments:

Exile on Pain Street said...

Pretty nice. I could use three days of that. Sometimes, New York can be annoying. Peace and quiet is the prescription.

maurcheen said...

I can taste the tranquillity.
I've been hiding out in the forests and glens this week, nature is a great medicine. Now where did I leave my glass? ;-)

Xxx

kenju said...

Such beautiful scenery - and I love "rush hour!!"

johng1962 said...

Lovely!! xx

AndrewM said...

Super photos.

OldLady Of The Hills said...

So very peaceful and serene, dear Pat...Such beauty in this world. How lovely that you got to be here in this truly lovely place.......

angryparsnip said...

Oh My Goodness what a beautiful and wondrous place.

cheers, parsnip

savannah said...

I've never taken a cruise and until now, I've had no desire to do so. But honestly, sugar, your pictures make me want to book a getaway TOMORROW! xoxoxox

Ms Scarlet said...

I am going to dig out my old photographs over the weekend! One thing I remember is the lupins... they grew everywhere.
Sx

Pat said...

Exile: I think it is probably the complete antithesis of New York.

Maurcheen: you little leprechaun you:)

Judy, John and Andrew: thank you. I'm pleased with the new camera.

Naomi: it was a treat and I'm very grateful for it.

Parsnnip: just the right words:)

Savannah: lucky you. You have a treat in store.xoxox

Scarlet; there were banks of wild flowers.

Granny Annie said...

I can ditto what savannah said.

Pat said...



Granny Annie: love the photo BTW.
But I haven't told you about the cruise yet:)

Mage said...

What a wonderful trip that was. :)

Pat said...

Mage: yes - here's to the next time:)

giveitanothergo said...

Alastair is right by your side Pat


helen

Pat said...

Helen: thanks. I rely on it being so.