Monday, 6 August 2007

Office view

In the previous four buildings I've lived in, the view from my office has been:

  • a war memorial, cherry blossom trees, and neds trying to hide buckfast in flower beds when the police car was patrolling the village

  • a school being repaired

  • the tops of buses on Maryhill Road in Glasgow (bad mistake, that accommodation) 

  • snow and streetlights - here's one I took of then:


 

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However, this is the first house I've lived in where the view from my office consists of people paddling by the bottom of my garden in canoes and kayaks (I still don't know the difference between the two). Here's a snap from a couple of days ago:


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1 comment:

  1. How do you come to be on Berneray though? As a recent follower of your blog and a recent convert to Bernerayism, that's what I want to know.Kayaks have the up-pointy bow to cope with waves, canoes don't, by the way.

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