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Over the pond, and far away.....Day 1

Glasgow to Montreal ……….

Some five years ago, Lady and I, on retirement, traversed the north Atlantic, and the North American Continent to see Calgary, Banff, Jasper, the Rocky Mountaineer, Kamloops, yet more Rocky Mountaineer, and finally the fair city of Vancouver, before embarking on  a cruise into Alaska. 580 more words

Kaiseki meal in Kyoto

Kyoto is famous for kaiseki cuisine. Kaiseki is an exquisite multi-course meal. It can even be considered as an art form, where one tries to balance the taste, texture, appearance, and colors of food. 429 more words


Hello October

What the month of October means to me …..

  • getting the throws out to snuggle under on the cooler evenings with a good book,TV show or film night with the family…
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Too Much Birthday

These last weeks have been like the story from The Berenstain Bears collection called Too Much Birthday.

Never heard of it?

Well, it goes a little something like this (or at least this is how my memory provides it to me). 699 more words


Let me count the many ways in which I love autumn: including cherry pie

Right now I’m a tad bit depressed because I do not get to experience the autumnal beauty of the East Coast. Not that being in LA’s constant sunny weather is a bad thing. 445 more words


Autumn Kind of Person 

I am such an Autumn person.

Give me a quiet, cozy spot with a view of changing trees on a crisp, late September day, a warm drink, and a good book and I will be in all my glory

~World Porn


To Autumn by William Blake (1783)

It’s finally looking like Autumn where I live in Texas. Well, slightly. So let’s celebrate the beginning of autumn with this early poem of William Blake’s from his first book, … 225 more words