Friday, March 18, 2011

Windy Skaha

Wind in the Willows

British Kite?
We had a pleasant walk yesterday all along the beachfront in Skaha Lake Park. It was windy enough for a few wind-surfers to be out, and a boy with his kite showed up, a few cyclists, dog-walkers, and a quartet of teen-agers struggling to play tennis in spite of blowing balls. We returned for our evening meal of Irish Stew, washed down with green beer. I was wearing a green hat with the inscription"True Irishman" (for a day?) on it. On a technical note, I have cleaned up all the files on the computer, defragmented, etc.,because of the 401 error on the other blog,which destroyed all the photos. We shall see if this blog works for us. Wish us luck!

8 comments:

Alan Burnett said...

Glad to be the first follower. And I think you have made the right decision with going back to Blogger - I know there are issues but it tends to be the easiest one for people to follow. As for the kite - looks French to me. Anyway, aren't we supposed to have a No Fly Zone.

Michael and Hanne said...

Yes but not in Canada. The Green Beer was VERY good by the way!

Desiree said...

Lovely picture of Hanne :) Super windy day shots!

You have to know your blog is enjoyed when your followers loyally drag themselves all over the place after you!!! Phew...I'm glad to be back here again, right where we first started! There's something so comforting about familiar territory.

Michael and Hanne said...

The implications of following is that you are obliged to drag yourself kicking and screaming after the one who is being followed whether you like it or not! Thank you everyone for all the footprints and skid-marks you created on your journey, and for making a successful re-entry all the way from the other side of the world!

Barbara said...

I, too, am loyally dragging ourselves all over the place after you. Such patience - I am always learning something from you two.

H said...

Here we are again!

Being in Canada (albeit the wrong side) the kite is much more likey to be French!

H said...

(Add an 'l' into that for spelling correction!)

Pondside said...

Good luck with this incarnation of your blog!