"Well, there is only one piece of advice I can give you," said the wisest of wise men. "The secret of happiness is to see all the marvels of the world and never to forget the drops of oil on the spoon."



('The Alchemist' Paulo Coelho)




Monday, November 05, 2007

Relaxing Sunday




A lovely autumn day off-roading around Glyn Ceiriog.






11 comments:

Silverback said...

Not a sheep (or sheep worrier) in sight so don't kid us that's Wales.

Maybe you airbrushed them out !!

I love the clouds on the same level as you in the 2nd pic.

Overall 9.5 out of 10. You lose .5 for the lack of sheep.

Ian

Jennyta said...

There were lots of sheep, Ian but when you've seen one, you've seen 'em all, n'est ce pas?

Yorkshire Pudding said...
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Yorkshire Pudding said...

Perhaps "Silverback Ian" has a fetish about sheep. Good things about them are - they are not fond of shopping, don't waste time applying make up and are nice and warm to cuddle up to! Not much cop at ironing though.

Nice pics - especially the second one. The quality of light this time of year can be amazing.

By the way sheep are vegetarian too!

Jennyta said...

You mean you don't do your own ironing, YP???

Dale said...

Sheep. Spiders. No matter, Jenny. Wales is still a beautiful place to live. You're a lucky girl, indeed.

JustSue said...

Gorgeous pics Jenny! I so miss the greenery and rolling hills of home. Thank you!

Yorkshire Pudding said...

Ironing is a skill I have found exceedingly difficult to master - it has become something of a disability for me. Fortunately it is a skill that my wife has in abundance so the impact of my disability is much reduced.

Jennyta said...

But sheep are so much nicer than spiders, Dale.
You're welcome, Sue. :)
YP, in this modern age of sex equality, you should be ashamed of yourself! However, I have to admit that I do Keith's ironing - in return for his services in killing and disposing of spiders, of course. Still working on the cooking though - trying to persuade him not to bother eating, but it's not working too well.

Daphne said...

Aaaah Wales - I've gone all nostalgic now.
Perhaps the sheep had all gone to the Lake District for an autumn break.

Jennyta said...

No, they were there, Daphne - just not keen on being photographed. :)

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