Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost

. . . some shared writings from Wine Brook Cottage . . .

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Looking the other way

Just last month during a snowstorm I was outside wandering around with my camera and for this shot I was standing in the riding area, just off the edge of the driveway. The maple tree is a divider between the driveway and the riding area and during dressage practises years ago it was "A" . . . . and sometimes "snack" . . . . {g} The old horse barn is off to the left in this picture, and the garage is to the right . . . . both are hidden from view. The driveway continues on from where the Jeep is parked there by the house, goes down the hill and circles around to come out and join the main driveway at the foot of hill by the stonewall. The driveway to the garage goes along in front of the stonewall which is in front of the house and continues by the garage on up to the basement door. Needless to say, the driveway is not paved. It would cost far too much money to pave it all.


At Tuesday, January 10, 2006 10:28:00 a.m., Blogger Spinner Gal said...

Your picture is lovely, can you send some of that snow to Arizona?

At Tuesday, January 10, 2006 10:29:00 a.m., Blogger Myy said...


What a wonderful house. Do you live in it? I´m from Finland. My uncle lives near Sudbury and I´ve visited him twice, so I know Canada is breathtakingly beautiful.

You take nice pictures, mine are mostly children. Greetings from Myy :)

At Tuesday, January 10, 2006 2:40:00 p.m., Blogger Dawn said...

Hi Spinner Gal,

Thanks! but sorry we don't have any snow left to send you. Our ground is bare again.

Hello Myy,

Thank you! Yes, this is our home. Canada is truly a beautiful country. Glad you enjoy my pictures.

At Tuesday, January 10, 2006 11:40:00 p.m., Blogger Calidore said...

Could have done with some of that snow here yesterday - it was 45 degrees (read that as very, very hot) here in Sunny Australia. Lovely photos and I do enjoy reading what you have been doing.

At Friday, January 13, 2006 6:32:00 a.m., Blogger Maureen said...

Dawn , like Calidore I'd love the odd snow patch .........even if our temps are 10 plus degrees less than where she lives.
It's the high relative humidity I hate!!
Loved seeing part of your place and meeting your Morgan........I'm not a horse person,in that we don't own any,but Megan looks terrific!

At Saturday, January 21, 2006 7:34:00 a.m., Blogger Dawn said...

Catherine & Maureen,

Afraid it would all melt by the time it would be due to arrive in OZ. Thanks for your comments. :-)


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