A Frenchie with German blood who likes to travel.
Stunning scenery, I'm enchanted by the blue and congrats for so perfect shot!Léia
I'm sure you know this is a stunning photo. I embiggened it and like it even more 'cause with the focal length of the lens, it almost looks like those cows and going to fall into the lake! :-)
This photo reminds me of Nel blu dipinto di blu...
Hi Ciel! Thanks for the info on syrups. Lots of calories, I'll bet, in those little bottles!Re your comment on getting run over by golf carts: Yes, you might. They are ubiquitous throughout The Villages. Thousands of them on the streets and they go very fast and lots of people drive them as crazily as they do their cars.Lois and I stayed in The Villages for four days about 10 years ago...we rode bikes around. We damn near got run over several times. We actually felt in danger! It's wild! Even here in Stone Creek which is nothing like The Villages, golf carts can be hazardous. Partly, I think, because people don't take them seriously!Having a fun weekend?
Greetings, Ciel. I wanted to come by and respond to some of your comments...Re cobblers: Yes, I think Dunston would be a cobbler but I haven't even heard that word for years.Re Conestoga Wagon: Here we all them golf carts!Re Toreo: I asked the same question when we were there but the guy didn't speak English well and I'm not sure what he said! Toreo, however, means bullfighting. Doesn't make much sense for a restaurant name.Having a good day?
tranquility personified :))
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