The Zen of Unsure Things
This would also make a nice bench for Abe. Looks like Lincoln Logs.
If Abe sat there, I would nod and smile at him. But beware rattlesnakes under those logs...
I like your blog.PauloPortugal
Cafe Observer might have already scent-marked it as his.
All right, I'll say it … nice spot to edit your web-log.
I think anyone, anywhere would smile and nod at Abe. Hope he comes back. He's one of those guys who gets 50 comments on every post and travels all over the web every day. Interesting man.Good point about the snakes.Thank you, Paulo. Welcome.hee hee, Vanda. That made me laugh out loud but for some reason I don't like using LOL.That pun was staring me in the face and I didn't think of it, Bernie. Maybe because of the lousy wifi in the Arroyo? I have no excuse.
OK, now lets talk about splinters and a site direction ....
In addition, very sweet to think of me, thanks Ms. P.
har!...at all of the comments today. Unfortunately I have nothing clever to add, so I think I'll just sit for a spell on this bench here.
It needs a pond. Or a creek. No wi-fi needed to record thoughts.
Pascal Jim, it might be BYO cushion. And you're very welcome.Har!Hmm, Tash, not too far from the casting pond. Benches there for Pascal Jim, too.
My k9 sense of smell tells me Vanda is a cat lover. Those far out eastern euros.
I like all furry things. :)
There is Our park is like. Photo is very beatiful. May it be Easy. Greetings.
this bench is ZEN... :-)
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