Sunday, November 12, 2006

Giant Gardens Near Home
Remembrance videos and slideshow below the barns


Jean-Luc Picard said...

No neighbour problems there, Lynn!

RennyBA said...

What lovely pictures - your so creative - I'm impressed!

Also thank you so much for your birthday greeting - so sweet of you - I am proud to call you my blog friend!

Hope you like to join me in my first year blog anniversary too:-)

Mandy said...

That looks a little similar to where we live. I do love the countryside, the peacefulness and silence that it brings. I don't think I could ever live in a city again.. :=)

Hope you're having a great Sunday!

RheLynn said...

very peaceful - that last one is very nostalgic!

Deb said...

Nice rural pictures...much like what I see every day where I live in Tennessee :)

Alice said...

I'm always surprised how photos of farms in many countries all look so different and yet so much alike.

Whilst your area is very different to around here, or even the farming area in southeastern Australia where I grew up, there are minor similarities (fencing, roads, trees, and even some of the buildings) which make it vaguely familiar.

The farmers in Australia would love to be able to fill those silos with wheat, but alas, due to the very severe and prolonged drought, there will be virtually no crops to harvest this year.

Can you tell me approximately how big these farms are, please?

Teena said...

Lovely pix! So different from near my home. Ha!

Too bad you can't drink wine. I hope that doesn't happen to me :(

And re your friends who live near King/Strachan ... they are probably my neighbours cuz I live just west of there.

Mrs Lifecruiser said...

For me, living in a city, this was a refreshing post. I came out on the countryside a bit :-)

roybe said...

I love the rural photos, you can almost breath the fresh air. A nice collection of images.