Thursday 08 October, 2015 by Uncle Spike
| Tags: boat, datca, Mediterranean, photography, POSTADAY, sea, Travel, turkey
Such tranquillity. It would do me so much good to sit there. Instead, I’m indoors working. But have just popped in for a short visit to see you, Uncle Spike, and apologise for having rather neglected you for the last week. Hopefully my blogging life will return to normal sometime in the next fortnight (explanation provided on my blog).
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Likewise… not had the time to scratch wherever one does these past few mıonths… and my blog has suffered big-time. Hopefully things will change again for the better for all of us 🙂
My blog has suffered, too. Am often thinking of you, Uncle Spike, and hoping that things are safe for you in your neck of the woods. See, I worry about you!
Aww so kind hearted, thank you. Personally we are ok, but things are gradually worsening. What can you do, eh? 😦
Keep climbing trees so you can spot hostiles before they spot you? The world is crazy.
Never a truer word (as I write tonight)
beautiful water makes you want to sit and stare for a long time. Momwithotupaws would get nothing done living near the water
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