Monday, August 29, 2016

The Call of the Running Tide

It's that time again.  French Rivers in September - who could resist?  The Bayeux tapestry I did years ago when my elder son was a teenager and Monet's garden I did when our French family were living in Paris but I've never been to Bordeaux and there are plenty of other excursions to choose from.

I shall take my camera.  This inability to post photos can't last for ever.  Back soon.  Keep the faith.



12 comments:

Exile on Pain Street said...

Bon voyage. What's better than traveling? Not much, in my estimation.

Granny Annie said...

I have faith that beautiful pictures are to come and exciting adventures are to be told.

rashbre said...

Sounds like plenty of fun. I've never visited the Bayeux tapestry so will be looking forward to your report. Monet's garden is delightful.

Z said...

Tim says that he had problems posting photos on his blog when he used Internet Explorer. He changed to Chrome and it was fine.

OldLady Of The Hills said...

Have a wonderful time, dear Pat. It sounds like another great trip! Looking forward to pictures, my dear.

Mage said...

Have a great trip, but I don't understand why you can't post photos.

Kim Ayres said...

Hope you have a great time :)

helen said...

enjoy

Ms Scarlet said...

Happy travels, Pat..... though my first thoughts were: Surely Pat is too young to have made the Bayeux tapestry....
:-)
Sx

savannah said...

Lovely! I'll use your time away to catch up on all I've missed! xoxoxox

Keith Smith said...

Looking forward to the tales ales and pictures. Keep safe. <3

Pat said...

Exile: as long as home is there to come back to.

Granny Annie: I'll do my best.

Rashbre: both of those I shall miss - having done them some years back. I agree Monet's garden is unforgettable.

Z: fingers crossed I may have cracked it.

Mage: just put it down to my inadequacy as a blogger.

Kim: mostly. Good to be home.

Helen: <3

Scarlet: :-)

Savannah: Good. I may ask questions.

Keith: that's today sorted then :-)