7.04.2008

Bermuda: Day 9

Up early so we could possible beat the heat. Pork roast, potatoes and turnips (yes, turnips...get over it) tucked into the Crock Pot. Then it was off to the my very most favorite seaglass beach and a mid morning picnic lunch at the Royal Naval Cemetary. We spread our blanket in the shade of the gazebo and enjoyed the cool breeze and the quiet. After we rested and ate our snack, we caught the bus to the dockyard, where I found a gorgeous silver ring. We also got a sweet ice cream cone. Mine was pecan praline, and Nikki had a scoop of raspberry and a scoop of mango sherbet. So refreshing. Our trip home was via the ferry to Hamilton and then a bus to home.

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Blue and white



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White flowers


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A beach full of seaglass


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Quiet waters at Seaglass Beach


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Tinkling sounds as the water washed over the seaglass


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Don't Cry For Me (I found Seaglass Beach)


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Cross


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The hill


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Dear Little Charlie


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Red flowers


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Blue on blue

1 comments:

hillgrandmom Saturday, July 05, 2008  

The white flowers are frangipani. In India we have a number of varieties of frangipani in different colours. The white ones have a heavenly scent.

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