musings, nature, Photography May 25’s Monday Marvellous May 25, 2020 Lynette d'Arty-Cross 18 Comments I am missing home. It’s beautiful … … but then again, home always is. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Thank you! 🙂
Ah yes–there’s nothing like home:)
Right? I’m really missing it this spring.
I would miss that home, too. Lovely.
It is really beautiful – British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley.
Home is definitely beautiful. It took me thirty six years to get here but it was worth it.
Sometimes it takes a while, doesn’t it? But yes, always worth it. This spring I am really missing it. Maybe the whole covid thing is making me homesick.
I ground my way up Giants Head yesterday, I have decided that I am going to try to walk it more often and hopefully get thinner and fitter! Nice pic!
That will get you in shape! From reading your posts it sounds as if you are quite fit already, though. 🙂
That looks a lovely location, and I bet you get some stunning views over the lake with those mountains so close.
Yes, the views of Okanagan Lake and the vineyards really are stunning, no matter the season. This is a very deep north-south mountain valley. It’s this geography that produces the temperate climate and all those lovely wine grapes. 🙂 I’ve really been missing it this spring, but will go back for about five weeks this summer.
After all, if we don’t love where we live for some reason, most of us will, sooner or later, move!
Yes – I did! 🙂 I work in the north (technically, the Arctic), but I maintain a home there in the Okanagan Valley.
And what’s the Arctic like, this time of year? My imagination says starkly beautiful, but I’ve only been there in the summer.
I am far enough south (yes, the southern arctic 😉 ) that there are forests. It has been a very slow spring this year – we are a month behind. By this time it’s usually really green and misty at times, too (I’m on Great Slave Lake – 10th largest lake in the world). Our daylight hours are really long with only about four hours of darkness right now, so usually it gets quite hot! I haven’t seen many bears yet, either.
Wow – that’s some view!
It really is, at any time of year! 🙂