ALL SEASONS – FIRST WEEKEND OF JUNE

 

 

 

 Dear Seasons Bloggers,

So many beautiful flowers, gardens, places seen last week from you! Would love to visit them all myself if I could:) Thank you for all this beauty and experiences you shared with All Seasons!

Wow, did it suddenly get hot or what? Here, it went from 55 degr. F in the beginning of the week till in the 90ties deg. F.  Unfortunately, in the middle of the week the air conditioner of our car stopped, and could not be fixed, because of going to a conference during the weekend. Have forgotten how 90 degrees is a meltdown when needing to drive! Thumbs up, because we got it fixed now;)

Am trying out some blog themes, and hope I will be done with it soon~

 

 

The Beach or the City? It’s a toss up, because …

 

 

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Ocean View at Corona del Mar

 … drinking in the atmosphere of the spray of water, the sound of crashing waves, the wind, the sun.
What could be better?

 

 

 

As long as there is some window into nature …
(Sutro Baths in San Francisco)

 

 

 

 

But … the beach invariable makes me hungry, so let’s go Old Town

Dining Underground –  looks cool! Haven’t tried their menu yet
(Old Town Sacramento)

 

 

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27 thoughts on “ALL SEASONS – FIRST WEEKEND OF JUNE

  1. An awful time for the car AC to quit on you, glad it’s fixed now. I thought of that today when I took my mother for a long drive. It was 90 here and the other day when it said “100” I couldn’t comprehend what it meant, haha. I was like 100 what, miles?

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  2. I’d have to say 95% beach! In answer to your question on my blog, In the states, a yard had grass and a garden had flowers. Here in New Zealand, it seems that anything that grows is a garden–including the front lawn. It’s hard to transition with that word! That’s why I strike through the word ‘yard’ 🙂

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  3. Oh…the Sutro Baths remind me of visiting the ancient bath houses in Rome….how lovely that you have something that awesome out there! Have a beautiful week!

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  4. Hi Jesh…I am not sure now which post to use for Nature Notes. The link you added for this week is the same one from last week, so you may want to use this one or another one. Just let me know…..Michelle..

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