Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Collage from my summer place

20th August 2015
Today I decided to upload some photos from my summer place.

Invitation for ice cream





The centre of the town

Rowan Tree


Walking my dog


Town Hall

Have a nice Day!!!

I am on the way to my permanent residence!!

25 comments:

  1. Holidays nearly finished. It looks quite dry but not like our dry. The public gardens look very nice.

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    1. Andrew , we start school on 1st September but since 25th August we have teachers meetings at school to prepare the organisation the new school year

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  2. There are quite a few conifers growing there. Roman berries look lovely and brighten up the tree.

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    1. Yes I love the berries they are wonderful..

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  3. lovely garden plantings and nice trees!

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  4. A lovely place with beautiful garden and pretty fencing.

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    1. I love this place because it is charming in each season

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  5. Pretty gardens and flowers. The berries are pretty and colorful! Have a happy day!

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    1. Summer means colourful gardens and beauty

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  6. It is a very nice place to enjoy anytime of the year.

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  7. I bet you will miss your summer days there but I imagine school is starting soon for you and your daughter.

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    1. Cynthia we start school on 1st September ever year. My daughter starts the secondary school - bilogy , chemistry and English field which lasts 3 years and the fianl exam and university..She is excited and nervous about it new teachers, friends , environment

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  8. Looks like a lovely place to summer. - I liked the fence shot above Walking your dog. Also those orange berries.

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  9. Looks like a great place to enjoy warm summer days!

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  10. Gosia
    I read that now in Poland you are all looking for a "missing train".
    Hope it is found - now that could be interesting.
    Colin

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    1. Colin I am going to wrie about it shortly... yes now it is a hot debate about it...Reallly interesting situation

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    2. Gosia.
      I wonder how far that Malbork Castle is away from the "presumed/assumed"
      whereabouts of that train?
      I look forward to your report.
      Cheers
      Colin

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  11. Looks a lovely place to walk your dog.

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  12. The wrought-iron fence wins hands down!
    Nice share and nice snaps!
    Have a Happy Weekend!
    Peace :)

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