Sunday, 15 June 2014

Time for a picnic


Brent suggested we go for a walk and a picnic -  he finds some of the best places to picnic at.

 It really doesn't take much effort to throw a picnic together - some cider, bread, cheese, pate and persimmons easy peasy and I can be ready at a moments notice always to go on a picnic.Picnics are one of my favourite things.


To think winter officially starts 21st June - we are really having such mild weather for this time of year


The days are glorious and being a sun lover I'm enjoying the mild weather.


For just a small car ride, a small walk (we can't walk far with Mack now) - we can have access to such a wonderful area. For me it sure beats having to go to a cafe 100% - I can just soak up the peace and quite such pure bliss


I've not had blue orbs in photos before - often get red and white.....Brent will tell you it is dust on the lens of my camera.


Stella


Mack

Linking up to Saturday critter's.

24 comments:

  1. What a lovely spot for a picnic! Gorgeous setting.. And the bread and cheese is a favorite of mine! Your Stella and Mack are cute puppydogs.. Great series! Thank you for linking up with my critter party. Have a happy weekend!

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    1. as always LOVE your critter saturdays

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  2. it looks perfect! Good to see Mack still getting out enjoying himself.

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    1. He is doing so well - he will be 10 on Tuesday - he is slowing down and sleeping in - I often say oh you check on him to Abbey and she says no you check on him..

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  3. it makes my heart smile to see mack so happy and feeling well. teddy sleep more these days and does not hear well. each morning i great her as i did when she was a pup but i hold my breath at the same time. is it snowing yet? hehe!

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    1. Hi,
      I really love old dogs too - Mack's actually looking at his dad in the photo - or maybe I'm deluding myself ...and its the pate' and cheese being buttered onto his biscuit.
      Brent

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  4. What a treat: a picnic (with persimmons I see!) and a walk by a river. It's good to make the most of the fine days isn't it.

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    1. Persimmons - I just can't get enough - I love them!

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    2. Me too, but the season is always too short!

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  5. Cool red and blue orbs love the picnic spot you have chosen.

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  6. Gorgeous nature photography and your doggies are so precious ~ xoxo ~ Happy Weekend ~

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  7. Who dat big boy. Lovely Stella, great food, gorgeous scenery but oh my, that big boy!

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    1. his party is on Tuesday he will be 10

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  8. Looks like a fantastic picnic...gorgeous photos and wonderful company! Glad to hear your temperatures are still mild.

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    1. yep temps are really mild - and I'm even planting my garlic a month later due to it.

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  9. What a lovely spot! We in the opposite end of seasons: going into Summer! I visited from Jean's blog. I love the title of your blog!
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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    1. Hi lovely to meet you. Hope you have a lovely hot summer.

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  10. I'd love your picnic spot- and the bread looks great. (I hope this doesn't duplicate, I lost the earlier comment).

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    1. I paid for eating the bread - but it was worth it.

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  11. I could go for a picnic like yours! lovely weather, and weird that it's been mild so far. We had a harsh winter and summer has been mild, although today it's supposed to be hot and humid. My husband will love that!

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    1. I'm so greatful for the mild weather - but I know winter is still yet to come. Enjoy your sun!

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  12. Nice landcape, cute dogs and a picnic. What a wonderful day!

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