Are you looking at me, madam?
Us goats kinda like a bit of attention. And we know Becky likes us! It’s been fun taking part in October Squares this month. Carry on being kind, won’t you? It’s not hard to do. And if you can sneak Six Words in, so much the better. Happy Halloween/All Saint’s Day!
P.S. I will be doing a round up on Jo’s Monday walk next week. See you then?
Would some kind person paint me?
Just one more aspect of Ponte Romana, Tavira but, you have to admit, those railings need a coat of paint. Join in with Becky’s October challenge, or you could be ingenious with Debbie? Happy Saturday!
Six Word Saturday
What kind of clouds are these?
Gentle ones, of course! As we edge through October we might even gather a few rain clouds. That would be very kind because the land is parched. Becky is encouraging us to be kind this month, and if you can find Six Words today, Debbie will welcome you too! Have a happy Saturday!
‘Those we miss you’ll surely pardon…?’
‘How many kinds of sweet flowers grow in an English Country Garden?’ Who’d have thought I’d manage to squeeze in a visit to an Open Garden on my recent UK trip! Sleightholmedale Lodge, near Kirby Moorside, had a lovely hillside location. And cake! But I stoutly resisted. ‘
As usual, Debbie has the market cornered on six words. Why not join in? Wishing you a happy Saturday!
I’m a bit of a dinosaur!
Many thanks to Leeds City Council for bringing so much pleasure to small boys and girls this summer. And to some of us oldies! Debbie’s having fun today too. Join her with six words? Happy Saturday!
The day we went to Otley!
Didn’t we have a lovely time…
It never stopped raining
But the architecture was interesting
And we found a smile or two
Into the nearest pub, who should we meet but Elvis!
They’d found a Fancy Dress shop sale, round the corner
I wanted to walk by the riverside
But we were rapidly approaching flood levels
And the trees didn’t give much shelter
But we did find some bedraggled hydrangea
What a trip! I’m back from the UK now, adjusting to Algarve temperatures. My riverside walk in Otley was a total washout, but I couldn’t stop laughing. It coincided with a day when ‘rain stopped play’ at Headingley, and folk were queuing at bus stops dressed as sharks or Batman, or whatever else took their fancy. Totally bonkers! We spent a jolly couple of hours in the pub, and dripped home.
I had a new camera and, as you may have observed, forgot to remove the date from the shots so it is indelibly printed on my mind. Another, even wetter day, was spent in a pub in Knaresborough, again in excellent company. The British fighting spirit! On my last day my phone died. Was it the weather? I am attempting to familiarise myself with a new one…. slowly!
It wasn’t all rain and we had some wonderful times, but I have far exceeded my Six Words. Lots of stories to tell. I’ll be back on Monday. Have a great weekend and make the most of your heatwave! (in Britain)
Some tasty leftovers for Brian’s birthday?
Our welcome at Casa Buonvento
An aerial view of Horta
A house sign in Calheta, Sao Jorge
Who’s got the blues?
Any guesses what’s in the basin?
Mural in Velas ferry terminal
And there’s blue in each square
Happy birthday, Brian! Sorry I couldn’t get a cake there in time. Just a few leftovers from the Azores. Debbie and Becky both have interesting resting places today. Funny how that happens sometimes? Go and recline, and have a lovely weekend!
A taste of things to come
Pico Island, and more Sáo Miguel
In Sixes and Squares, of course!
Happy Saturday to two lovely ladies, Debbie and Becky! Have a lovely weekend, all!
Azorean shades of blue, in Velas!
Across the shimmering water to Pico
Rough on the rocks
Down among the boats
A moody sky
From a height!
All’s square in love and war? Sometimes the sixes are irresistible, as are Becky’s July Squares. Wishing you all a happy weekend!
What a town! What a night!
With the long summer evenings there was plenty of time to watch the fun develop. Tavira Day 2019 was a huge success!
The display of fireworks was spectacular! And Rui Veloso held the crowd in the palm of his hands as they crooned along with him. Debbie is celebrating Summer too, over at Six Word Saturday. Why not join her? And have a great weekend!