7.02.2008

Bermuda: Day 7

Today wore us out! It all started innocently enough. A little stroll on one of Bermuda's many Railway Trails. A couple of hours later we finally got home. But, oh, how beautiful! There were woods, and cool tree covered paths to follow. Our afternoon consisted of a long, much needed nap, pie baking and barbecuing and then a night at Harbor Nights in Hamilton.

Railway Trail
Railway Trail


Path
Inviting path


Hidden Gate
Hidden Gate


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Little purple flowers


Under the red flower tree
Under the red flower tree


Northfield
Northfield


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Morning Glory


Free Range Bermuda Forest Rooster
Free range (forest) rooster


Iron gate
Gate


heart fence
Heart fence


local woman
Local woman


parade
Gombey Troops


dancers
Dancers from Boston


street performers
Local group


Dock couple
Couple on dock


inlet
Inlet


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At dusk

3 comments:

hillgrandmom Friday, July 04, 2008  

The red flower tree is the one I have in my garden and is originally form India I think. It's called Gulmohur here, which literally means scarlet coins.

annie Friday, July 04, 2008  

@hillgrandmom, I was wondering what those were called. It seems much of the flora here on Bermuda, is on your hill!!!

hillgrandmom Saturday, July 05, 2008  

I guess, the climate is somewhat similar. Presumably the British also cross-pollinated [:)] both places.

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