...of Flamborough Head
Oh - you make me hanker after sunshine and warmth. We're still being battered by rain and gales here. I bet you're not wishing you were in Flamborough now!Great images, Chris. I especially like the 2 of the fishermen. x
So that's where Henrietta flew to!Great photos, Chris -- it looks awesome there! Love the rainbow photo!
How interesting about the "feral" population of chickens. Your vacation spot looks very restful---why is it so difficult to "rest" when we are at home?
Your pictures are beautiful! We went to Ohahu a few years ago and they raise chicken for cock fighting. Shame on them! Be kind to Henrietta!
Cherdecor: Henrietta has long gone -- probably for chicken soup. She belonged to our neighbor and kept getting out. Finally, she adopted us, ate bird seed with the birds and roosted in the olive tree, even left us eggs! No-one could catch her until one day the grandparents came up from Mexico. Then one night she disappeared. She was with us for 10 months and I blogged about her frequently. So if you search my blog you will find her there. I missed her so much that when we were in Hawaii last year, I bought a look alike articial one, took her home, adjusted her looks and then set her on the flower pot where she used to sit outside the den window. That's where I sit at the computer, and Bailey joined her there on the inside of the window. I'm sure I have a photo of the two of them somewhere on my blog. It was too funny!
By the way, the above comment and this one are from chrisJ. For some reason this laptop is putting in Barry's account name instead of mine. Who knows why? I give up. It does what it wants to do!
wow - ocean, warmth, breeze, rainbows, chickens, local fishermen, goats, beauty, crafts - what more could a person ask!
The last photo is wonderful, Chris !The chicken looks like Henrietta a little bit, No !Have a good time over there !
I have never been there but WOW! if I ever get the chance, it won't take me long to pack. Thanks for the great photos.Be safe and have fun, and HAPPY THANKSGIVING.
Surely like paradise.
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