I am going to be busy for a few days, so take a seat and enjoy the view.  I may be quiet but regular posts will still appear below this one…

If the view and the posts are not enough you could always pick up your favourite drink from the honesty bar in the lounge to help you soak up the atmosphere.

Enjoy ;-)

18 Comments CherryPie on Sep 4th 2013

18 Responses to “Sit & Rest a While”

  1. Sean Jeating says:

    Being the first I’ll take the left side of the bench. Thanks. And as a Chinese speaking German would say: Möge de Übung gelingen. : )

  2. Ginnie says:

    Busy as a bee, I bet, Cherry. You, too, enjoy YOUR view, whatever it will be.

  3. james higham says:

    Shall wait till the cows come home.

  4. CrashRyan says:

    that your back yard ? nice view!

  5. Claude says:

    Always nice to sit and rest awhile.

  6. liz says:

    Hope you’re having a wonderful time and not climbing too many mountains!

  7. ....peter:) says:

    I think that i will take you up on the offer for a drink from the honesty bar and sit at the end of this table and enjoy the view until you return Cherie….peter:)

  8. I’ll be sitting on the grass under those tree boughs in the distance, because if I sat on the seats I’d probably just cause an argument, and I’ll try not to say anything too irritating as I walk past with my drink from the bar.

  9. Is your fairly new Header banner photo Flodden Field? A sombre place

    • CherryPie says:

      It is Flodden field, I placed it there before I went on my hols to my favourite place. The Sit & Rest a While photo in this post and the bench in my sidebar are both photos taken from the place I was staying.

      Flodden Field is a somber place, very atmospheric. I always feel compelled to visit when I am in the area. This year (9th September) was the 500th anniversary of the battle and lots of events were going on. I chose to visit early in the morning, so I could reflect on the tragic occasion before the media circus arrived.