moblog uk

silly old moblog

by swamprose

user profile | dashboard | imagewall

« older newer »


There is a crack in everything That's how the light gets in

Mon pays, c'est l'hiver.
my dog blog

my Flickr photos, where my plants and fungus live












Search this moblog


Recent visitors

hey, where are the kids? all gone away

(viewed 1411 times)
Bookmark and Share
I collected my son yesterday from here. He ran canoe trips all summer, hence the photo of the map cabinet. I like this place. It has been good for me and my son.

lizziepants says:

that last shot, I love it.

1st Sep 2006, 15:39

factotum says:

I love the map cabinet (guessing that that's what is in the drawers).

1st Sep 2006, 15:44

factotum says:

I love the map cabinet (guessing that that's what is in the drawers).

1st Sep 2006, 15:48

swamprose says:

a HL. thank you. I couldn't get by without my friends.

1st Sep 2006, 15:49

paintist says:

very peaceful retreat.... I guess the kids are back at school soon, like here.....

1st Sep 2006, 15:50

swamprose says:

It sure looks peaceful now. But when the boys are there, it is pretty exciting. Kids traditionally go back after Labour Day holiday, first monday in September, but in some places, earlier.

1st Sep 2006, 15:54

taniwha says:

such an evocative series. Brilliant

1st Sep 2006, 15:56

MaggieD says:

lovely series .....

1st Sep 2006, 16:26

lovely :)

1st Sep 2006, 17:12

Dhamaka says:

I was going to say what taniwha said

very nice

1st Sep 2006, 17:21

Viv says:

great series - looks a brill place

1st Sep 2006, 18:30

swamprose says:

thanks. It is a 'brill' place--more when you get to see what goes on--the huge fires, the water fight, the olympics--and best of all, the kids. There should be camps for adults to have fun.

1st Sep 2006, 21:47

FakeID says:

They're great.

1st Sep 2006, 22:55

Great series. Don't know which of these is my fave.

2nd Sep 2006, 01:35

FilbertFox says:

looks fantastic

2nd Sep 2006, 12:40

Add a comment


(P) what's this?

Track updates to this post with rssthis rss feed