12 thoughts on “Illustrating the Idyll”

  1. Wow, what a great picture. I like being near water. My sister and her family live close to Georgian Bay, part of Lake Huron. The had a lodge right on what is called Gloucester Pond until last November. Life was just too hectic in the summer. Now they have a farm not far from there but it’s still got smaller ponds: one for raising trout; three in a field, one of which is big and deep enough to drown a half-year-old calf. The ponds are now fenced after they lost the first-born calf. A sad day.
    But that looks really wonderful. On the little picture it looks almost like a building but I didn’t think you’d be too enthusiastic about that and it must be water. After clicking on it, I realized I was right and I love that tree. I’d go there any day for a holiday. Friends of mine went to ME each year for their holidays from London, ON. But I think they also had family in the Maritime Provinces somewhere. But they loved ME.

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  2. Wow, what a great picture. I like being near water. My sister and her family live close to Georgian Bay, part of Lake Huron. The had a lodge right on what is called Gloucester Pond until last November. Life was just too hectic in the summer. Now they have a farm not far from there but it’s still got smaller ponds: one for raising trout; three in a field, one of which is big and deep enough to drown a half-year-old calf. The ponds are now fenced after they lost the first-born calf. A sad day.
    But that looks really wonderful. On the little picture it looks almost like a building but I didn’t think you’d be too enthusiastic about that and it must be water. After clicking on it, I realized I was right and I love that tree. I’d go there any day for a holiday. Friends of mine went to ME each year for their holidays from London, ON. But I think they also had family in the Maritime Provinces somewhere. But they loved ME.

    Reply
  3. Wow, what a great picture. I like being near water. My sister and her family live close to Georgian Bay, part of Lake Huron. The had a lodge right on what is called Gloucester Pond until last November. Life was just too hectic in the summer. Now they have a farm not far from there but it’s still got smaller ponds: one for raising trout; three in a field, one of which is big and deep enough to drown a half-year-old calf. The ponds are now fenced after they lost the first-born calf. A sad day.
    But that looks really wonderful. On the little picture it looks almost like a building but I didn’t think you’d be too enthusiastic about that and it must be water. After clicking on it, I realized I was right and I love that tree. I’d go there any day for a holiday. Friends of mine went to ME each year for their holidays from London, ON. But I think they also had family in the Maritime Provinces somewhere. But they loved ME.

    Reply
  4. I’ve only just found out about this blog, thanks to Mary Jo’s newsletter, and I wanted to say I’m thrilled to see so many of my favorite authors blooging together. I look forward to lots of wonderful posts.
    Cyber bubbly to you in a belated launch!
    I’m spreading the word.

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  5. I’ve only just found out about this blog, thanks to Mary Jo’s newsletter, and I wanted to say I’m thrilled to see so many of my favorite authors blooging together. I look forward to lots of wonderful posts.
    Cyber bubbly to you in a belated launch!
    I’m spreading the word.

    Reply
  6. I’ve only just found out about this blog, thanks to Mary Jo’s newsletter, and I wanted to say I’m thrilled to see so many of my favorite authors blooging together. I look forward to lots of wonderful posts.
    Cyber bubbly to you in a belated launch!
    I’m spreading the word.

    Reply

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