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Colette and I crammed as much 'talk' time into the morning hours as we could and after lunch we toured the Sculpture Garden. Colette's work is wonderful and what a great setting for it. Check out her website at Toucan Studios.
Today's travels took ...
... like face-to-face time!
Colette is a sister artist so we have many interests in common. It was great checking out her artist books and sculptures and generally catching up on family and shared friends.
What a beautiful part of the province. The Niagara Escarpment makes for hilly terrain and four season activities. It has been a number of years since we have been in the area and we had fun checking out some of the sites previously visited.
... hardest job I've done for a long time. The sheets were there to keep the vegetables moist so they were deep into the grown and there was about 30 of them to remove abs they were like 100 foot long each! We were basically digging with our hands all day long. The funny thing is we also had to shovel pig **** out of a barn and chicken **** out of their dens. They sound like jobs you wouldn't wanna do and they sound hard, and they was hard, back aching hard, but compared to ...
This lady is my absolutely, hands down winner for the best thing about Portugal.
She's is my wife Donna, without her I would be lost. She is my best friend, soulmate and the love of my life.
This trip was to celebrate our 20 years of marriage and we've been traveling together for more than those 20 years and haven't grown tired of it in the least.
We love that there are so many things that we share in common and never lack for choices, be ...
... real fun, how about a cork umbrella (yes they are waterproof), or a men's trench coat or even a wedding dress! That's right, pretty amazing stuff and considering it's a renewable resource (unlike a cow!) all the better. The bark of the Cork Oak tree is stripped from the trees every 9 or 10 years, then it regrows and is stripped again. This can go on for close to 100 years. Portugal produces 50% of the world's cork.