Monday, August 27, 2007

Want to come too?


What more do you need for a perfect day? Is there anything else you want me to bring???

19 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

Thanks for coming by, Jules. You missed the pregnant Blue Jay bird. Or she looks to be pregnant. Not that she is. It is the position she happened to be in.

I am sorry you are not able to see her.

I like your shot. It is lovely and a reminder that some places are very nice almost every day.

If I had your email address I could mail you the pic but it might take forever to download too.

Maybe the bird blog would work better or try the oldmanlincoln.com site.

Abraham Lincoln
Just My Birds Blog

Old Wom Tigley said...

What a setting Jules, a truely beautiful spot in the world... what more could you want.
Sorry to hear about the connection troubles, it makes your comments to our blogs you visit all the more special so thank you.

John said...

Beautiful shot of an awesome looking location. A couple of beers would make a great afternoon.

Mme Benaut said...

Jules dear, I think you've discovered the way to M.B's heart!

CaBaCuRl said...

Lots to catch up on, at your blog Jules. Hope your server connections are sorted out too. JUles, almost every one of your photos is breath-taking.What's in the esky? I'd like a chilled bottle of 6 yo Eden Valley Riesling, a couple of cold Boag beers, a kilo of prawns, a green salad, a couple of ripe mangoes and peaches, plus an fascinating companion! Ooh..thanks for the mention too.

Rambling Round said...

A lounge chair would be nice or just a blanket to sit on. You picked a perfect spot!

Tara's Talk said...

Hi Jules! Thanks for visiting my blog;) I am so glad you get a chance to come by & comment;) I sure hope the internet is being nicer to you these days!

I do love this photo! I could make a lovely day out of it;)

You go as a teacher, and I go as a student. . . sometimes hard at my old age;) LOL!

• Eliane • said...

*sigh* I come to your blog to dream.
And thank you for all your nice comments you left on mine!

Chuckeroon said...

Is that a volcano in the background? ;-)

I admire your tenacity in the face of Rabaul Internet Services Inc!

Greetings as always.

oldmanlincoln said...

I came back to pester you. Is that a volcano in the distance? Or is it just a puff of steam and not a cloud?

I posted my dad's clock today.

Jules said...

chuckeroon & abraham - yes it is THE volcano - puffing away quite happily at the moment. It is 17 kms across the water - just far enough away. It is a bit like the Eiffel Tower in Paris - wherever you go here you can see it!!!

NorthBayPhoto said...

Wonderful photo. Such beautiful calm water.

Thanks for visiting my NorthBayPhoto blog.

M.Benaut said...

I am sure that whatever is in the esky will be all that's required. As all the others have said we are grateful to see Rabaul through your eyes, especially with the crap internet connection.
I guess it would be hard to get lost, with that magnificent landmark puffing away.

Denton said...

Don't forget to bring the suntan lotion and a good friend.

Jules said...

cabacurl wanted "fascinating companions" and as i look down the list of comments - we have plenty!!!
She is also going to bring the wine and the peaches. I can do the mangoes salad, prawns and throw in a few crabs.
John is bringing the beer but I have some SP (South Pacifici lager)in the Esky for you all to try.
Denton has the sunscreen and another stimulating friend
rambling round - I have plenty of chairs
m benaut - no chance of getting lost but if we do - who cares hey????
Let's go - What fun!!!!!

Neva said...

Did I mention that you also live in a scary part of the world as well? Volcanoes, bugs as big as your feet and so many other things....nerves of steel girl, nerves of steel....I am not sure I could sleep with the volcanoe that close but maybe you get used to it? Love your comments and I am sorry you are having connection issues....I have that with mine from time to time and it is soooo frustating! Love the photos!

Lavenderlady said...

I would want sunscreen...other than that...perfect day and place!

Lizzy said...

A gin and tonic

david mcmahon said...

Great to see an Esky there!