postcard from america
I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling. View all posts by Heyjude
19 thoughts on “postcard from america”
Yay! Looks vaguely familiar. I do remember heat! 🙂 🙂
Well we only visited in February so it was usually quite pleasant, but not hot. Occasional rainy day.
I have never been to America, but film and TV have made it feel so familiar.
The sun is out here today too. Don’t know for how long.
Best wishes, Pete. x
Sun out here too Pete, after heavy showers earlier on. Still got that cold wind hanging around though which makes outdoor pursuits unpleasant. I think I am glad that I haven’t bought a dog yet.
I bet you are. We had twelve hours of relentless freezing-cold rain last night, with gale-force winds driving it. The short journey to Swaffham for our Chinese meal felt like being on a small boat in mid-Atlantic! 🙂
Celebrating the Chinese New Year a little early were you? 😀
Wishing you and especially Ollie a happy DOG year 🙂
I didn’t know it was a Dog year, Jude. It was a Valentine’ Day meal. (Suitably low-key)
Ah, you ole romantic you. Hope life is going well 🙂
Much the same as before…
Lovely curves, cylinders and reflections.
Thanks Meg. The light was particularly clear this day and I was on a mission…
That looks familiar. 🙂 It’s such a photogenic waterfront, isn’t it?
I think SD is such an easy city to walk around and so many different areas to discover. Little Italy is probably my favourite, there is a lovely deli there.
It is, isn’t it? We’re hoping to have lots of opportunities to stroll around and investigate it thoroughly – including many eating places. 😉
Yes, there are some good restaurants. And some not so good…
I do recall sharing an enormous margarita cocktail with the OH somewhere in Seaport Village. Luckily we were on foot as I am sure we must have drunk half a bottle of spirits!
I’ve never been to the US, I doubt I will now, but I wouldn’t know where to start except New Jersey where my brother lives.
You have a brother in New Jersey? What are you waiting for? I must admit that the US is one of my favourite countries for driving around.
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