We're back in the country. I'm back on the computer. And it feels great! A complete break has been wonderful and now I'm crazy for a bit of cutting and sticking.
But first? First I have to thank all of my amazing guests for the fine job they have done while I've been away. I hope you enjoyed Sailing Away as much as I did! It was a lot of fun to put together - I'd love to do it again sometime. I've even jotted down a few ideas for a new theme..
...but no, that will have to wait. For now - thank you! talented, clever guest posters and everyone who left them a little love. Much appreciated all round.
I've been enjoying fitting in some catch up commenting myself - a treat in between holiday laundry loads - and I have a way to go yet. I won't be rushed! I want to know it all, everything I've missed. Of course, first I ventured deep into storytelling territory to feast on this month's selection. Storytelling Sunday now seems to have a life of its own! You don't need me, you did it without me! Wow...
Been spotting lots of Scavenger Hunt entries already; and before I finish up for today (back to the washing basket) I have a few of my own to share:
Roadside Stand - We spent a day in Copenhagen and after taking lots of pictures of the Little Mermaid, I spotted this on the way back to the bus.
Border - In the background here, in a photo taken from the ship. It's the Oresund Bridge which links Denmark and Sweden and featured recently in the BBC series called - The Bridge.
Pier - In Sweden.On our way back to the ship, which appears in the background, I spotted this pier and I loved the yellow huts. I had to take my picture through the bus window - i would have loved a closer look.
Maze - I have The Tall One to thank for this one. You probably guessed that. In Sweden at Sofiero Palace, we spotted the maze and the only way to take a picture was to find someone with very long arms..
Fountain - In Copenhagen again.
So, that's me for today. I have more photos, more stories for the next time. It's good to be home.