I never had any other desire so strong, and so like to covetouseness, as that one which I have had always, that I might be master at last of a small house and a large garden.
- Abraham Cowley, "The Garden" (1666)

Monday, 24 November 2014

Long - time - no -blog......
First of all - We are settled in our new home. We are renting until we find a wee hoose to buy. The space here is limited. I have sorted, turfed, donated and re-organized to make things flow here. This did not stop me from falling in love with this FREE - gold velvet chair that was unwanted and sad at the end of driveway at a garage sale. The newly shorn Henry is posing sporting his Lion Cut. He feels he looks sleek and sultry reclining on gold chair.
This summer we took a week and went up-island, to take a ferry or two to reach Hornby Island.
This is a magical spot that is known for amazing beaches and is a hippie-hideaway.
Our campsite was right next to the funky little shopping area full of cool art, clothing, books, yummy food and restaurants.
The beach is white sand and surrounded by very unusual rock formations.
This little house was full of Waldorf - toys and beeswax candles. Situated on a magical fairy-like piece of land with tall trees and a hushed atmoshphere.
Many housse such as this one that some creative souls pulled out of there imaginations to our realm.
First shock and then a pall came over us when we heard of Robin Williams passing. Here reading in our paper with photos of him when he visited Vancouver Island while making a movie.

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