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Beautiful! That arbor walk soothes the soul!
That scene is so familiar... I believe there is a painting of that scene that is widely available as prints sold in furniture stores, etc. I know I've seen it in various doctor's offices, etc.
You are lucky to see the sun- forecast is four more days of rain here in Philly.But I may take your advice and go to a Phillies game.
I went to the bakery and the liquor store. They have a Glen Ellen Cabernet Reserve, 2001, for 4.99 which was, to my unsophisticated palate, great. Got 4 more bottles.The Harley is in the shop, the remains of Ernesto are drizzling down, so I am not going anywhere. I am going to chill out.
What's that saying...where ever you go, you take yourself...Or, where ever you go , there you are???(Verklempt!)Good thing I'm staying inside this weekend.Too many drunk drivers on the road....getting in that last six-pack before back-to-school, back-to-work...Stay home, where it's safe!Peace, Maxine
Joe, Where is that liquor store? Wished it was around here. That's a damn good price for a very tolerable red table wine. But please don't let Professor Bainbridge know about our uneducated palates.Me? I'm at work, waiting for a CNC mill to boot up so I can run a job that needs to be done by Tuesday.I'm looking forward to cheap red wine as soon as possible, yes, in the safety of my own home.
Theo, it's in Cortlandt Manor NY. Next to the Kohl's on Rte. 6. Hope you find a vintage near you.
I hit the Party in the Parkand the Taste of MadisonMust be picture day I guess.Cordially,Uncle J
What's that saying...where ever you go, you take yourself...Or, where ever you go , there you are???Maxine - I think Winnie-the-Pooh said, "I'm not lost; I'm right where I am standing. But, where I am standing might be lost.":)
I did, thanks.And caught a few interesting pixels while I was there.(Found you through, dang, now I forget, some thread of bloggery which started at The Festival of the Trees.)
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