There’s the view from my windows …. and the compensation when darkness falls. Home, at last.
Happy to see you have a home. We’ve enjoyed our abode immensely. And just like you said, we’ll be stravaigin whenever possible as well. It’s so much having the best of both worlds!
Looks wonderful and cosy Nancy does this mean you have given up your vagabond ways? Hope to see you soon.
Vagabond: that’s a great word, Doug. Aye, time to put down some roots but I’ll still be stravaigin whenever possible!
That fire looks like the perfect companion after a day of following your feet or scribbling your brilliance. Enjoy.
Yes, I’ve had it on every evening since I moved in. Time to buy a saw.
Wow!! Wonderful views inside and out.
Hope you’ll visit sometime. How ARE you guys?
Congratulations on your new home – I am sure you will be very happy there.
Thanks Maggie. Hope your feet are holding up on the big adventure!
Amazing Nancy, both of these pictures say so much
I really never thought it was going to happen Scott. Interesting to see you’ve just lit your first fire of the year. I drove through snow and sleet today so I suspect I’ll be needing logs for a while yet!
Gorgeous view inside and out! Just lovely. Enjoy:)
Thanks. The light’s streaming through the window and I’m looking forward to the summer!
Lovely Nancy, I look forward to visiting you in July.
Oh Mrs Gillman Isobel, and I’m looking forward to welcoming you to my little abode. So much to do and see. And hills … you’re up for more hills this year, aren’t you?
May it be a true home for you. May it always be welcoming when you’re weary of travel. May it be full of joy and laughter.
Thank you for your good wishes Pat.
I could get used to that view 🙂
Haha, I’m going to have a problem if I don’t get used to it very soon as I’m spending a lot of time string out of the window. And that’s not particularly lucrative!
Wow! Lucky you! Looks like a little slice of heaven! What part of Scotland are you in? I love Scotland! Took a trip there two years ago! People are so nice!
I’m in “The Kingdom of Fife”, just north of Edinburgh. Glad you had good experiences when you were here.
How beautiful. I’m delighted for you!
Thank you. It has taken me a long time, but it feels right.
What a feeling this must be for you. Congratulations! I wish you happy days and nights. The night sky must be spectacular!! Gorgeous view from your windows, lovely! Happiness is finding home!
Thanks Sheila. I don’t have curtains or blinds (or even a bed) yet so the night sky is becoming very familiar. And yes, it is beautiful.
That fire looks cozy! Now all you need is a a good bottle of wine and a few friends to sit by that fire. I’ll be right over!
You’re welcome, Anneli. Anytime.
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