Me-Now-Views; Less Speak More Peek

These are my piccies from Thursday - meeting with Mara and Brom; the other fellow is Mr Chips, (one half of the Messrs Pickles and Chips, of the Monkey Business), who had the short straw to travel with me this time to Edinburgh.






































Sunday brought a spontaneous outing with the father, taking a drive in Little Ren down to see Uncle A, the retired farmer. It wasn't the brightest day. We had fun anyway. Here's a taster...















































































































10 comments:

  1. Great photos but we have to admit we wished you had a nice blue sky with sweet puffy clouds. Seems you are having a lovely time and had a great meet with Mara and Brom!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  2. I can see it was a pleasant day, clouds or no.

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  3. Wow, I bet it was pawesome to meet with Mara and Brom in the furs! Love Brom's kilt. BOL Great pix of the scenery too. Moooooo to that cow!
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Police Commish

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  4. Looks like a fun time for all! I love the moo cow! Have a happy week!

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  5. A great meet and greet! Thank you for the POTP for our daughter and family. much appreciated
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  6. Nice family visit story through some unique and very nice photos, Yamini.
    Hari Om!
    Have a Happy Week!!
    Peace :)

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  7. Those are some lovely photos, looks like you are having a wonderful time, no matter the weather!!

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  8. Thank you for sharing those great pictures. That is one big doggy!!

    Ziggy Out!

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  9. the main thing is you had a super great time together... and even dark clouds can be beautiful when you watch them with friends :o)

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  10. It is wonderful seeing the sustainable clean energy Wind Turbine. We see a few but only a few. The cow looks like it is given you the eye. Hope that was a milker and not a bull. Lee's grandmother had a farm and had Guernsey cows Lee loved their markings. That cow has a lovely marked face. It is fun to meet up with other bloggers.
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William The Scot

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