Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Thanksgiving


This is a post to file under 'sometimes other places' (see blog sub head)
Also under memory and thankfulness.

 all photos courtesy of Claudia Schmid

Here is the cottage where I spent summer holidays long ago. I never went there in November but my daughter went recently. Ah, the wonders of Instagram!


Here it is straight on with different color paint than I recall and a different gate.


Here are some cows waiting to produce milk for clotted cream - at least I hope so.


Here is St. Winnow the other side of the Fowey River. We used to take the canoe there and wander in the churchyard.



Here is a beach on the north shore with a stream meandering through it - how perfect for feats of engineering!


How people are dwarfed by the wide Atlantic beach...








13 comments:

  1. Great memories for you Elizabeth I see.

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  2. These are fabulous images of a place obviously filled with loving memories!

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours,
    big hug,
    Merisi

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  3. Wonderful pictures. I was thinking to myself how quintessentially English the cottage looked when I first saw it and then when I read I realised it is!
    Happy Thanksgiving.X

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  4. Beautiful !
    You and your daughter as so lucky.
    What a lovely place to spend some time.

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family
    Watson and Hamish send woofs !
    cheers, parsnip

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  5. Ohhh what a lovely place, and cold I would guess- Britain has the best hot water bottles, I had several! Hope that your holidays will be well spent , preferably with the cutest best smartest little children in the universe! LOVE and wags from Dex!

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  6. Thanks for the pretty English photos. I can smell the cow pats and hear the cows a lowing. Makes me miss the old country. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  7. Just down the road; sort of. What wonderfully evocative pictures.

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  8. What a fine photographer Claudia is! You two make a fine pair of guides to beauty to be found about New York...and sometimes other places, too.

    Wishing you all a very Happy Thanksgiving. I am very thankful for good friendship!

    xo

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  9. Lovely area Elizabeth - do I detect a touch of nostalgia here? Happy thanksgiving.

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  10. Looks like a really nice place to visit during the summer or autumn or anytime, really. :-)

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  11. Happy Thanksgiving! (belated...)
    Wonderful pictures!

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  12. what beautiful images!
    hoping your Thanksgiving was lovely
    my boys made a feast
    love to you dear ewix...

    xox - eb.

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