Wordless Wednesday: 05/04/2017

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18 comments

  1. A peaceful marina indeed, and a nice clock tower too.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Lovely – busy shot but still very restful.
    Is this where you were doing your blog break Sue?

  3. So what took you to the Azores Sue? Other than the warmth I’m guessing. Not a place I know much about apart from it being Portuguese. Is this where you stayed? Looks charming and a marina is always a good place to watch boats and people. I think we need to escape somewhere warm in the winter months, both OH and I suffered a bit with stiffness of joints during January this year – could be the cold and damp, or could be simply old age 😦

    • Sue

      Oh, the Azores was the last stop on a cruise! But I would happily return. My MS was much better in the warmth and sunlight, but am I noticing it now I’m home….

      • I hope we will hear more about the cruise. I keep thinking about one, but not yet plucked up the courage (I am an awful sailor) it must be nice to visit different places and not have to keep unpacking the suitcase.

      • Sue

        I always said I would NEVER cruise, but as my health is compromised there are a number of things that now make it work for me….. And luckily, I seem to be quite a good sailor

  4. Sue, beautiful image. So glad you enjoyed your cruise, This image invite to a visit.

  5. Oh, it’s so good to have you back! And with such a lovely waterfront. I too want to see more of what you saw. Where else did you touch land? I know someone else with “compromised health” who finds cruises a great way to move around.

    • Sue

      Touched land is the operative phrase, Meg! Alas one isn’t off the ship all that long when cruising, but hey,ho, at least I get a little flavour of a place….Peru, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Mexico, Cuba, Bahamas and Bermuda were the other places.

      • Blimey! You were far afield. How many days? I thought your retreat from the blogosphere was merely to nest in at home. Should’ve known better!

      • Sue

        I was away for 28 days, spent a week or so at home before. The main thing was. To rest my eyes, stay away from computer screens and reading, which I was able to achieve bot at home and on my break….. And even now, I intend to do less eye straining stuff, so will likely not be as bloggily active….

  6. Heavens! You sly dog! You’ve been tripping 🙂 🙂 Good for you! I like the itinerary. You could just have kicked me off at the Azores and left me to dog paddle home.

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