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Cheers Pb!

 

Here was my view when I lived in Granada (Spain) near the City Centre...

 

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My view when I lived in Granada (on the beach, although the view from the lounge window faced the other direction)...

 

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Aaaand my view from my garden in England now (in winter when it snowed)

 

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Been to Grenada, very nice. You'll have been near my summer residence at the palace were you?  :P  

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Been to Grenada, very nice. You'll have been near my summer residence at the palace were you?  :P  

 

Grenada, or Granada?

 

Grenada is an island in the Caribbean :P

 

If you mean Granada, I assume you're refering to la Alhambra? In which case, yes I have been there...many times! haha

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Grenada, or Granada?

 

Grenada is an island in the Caribbean :P

 

If you mean Granada, I assume you're refering to la Alhambra? In which case, yes I have been there...many times! haha

 

Alright smarty pants!

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I took pics from all around the house just for this topic.

 

This is part of the front yard, in the background you can see the flower shop and wedding chapel. Behind that is one of our barns. This is the view to the right of the front door.

 

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This one is looking straight out the front door

 

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This next 2 are left of the fron door the left of the front door

 

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In the pic just above this you can see a house way back there, that is where our property line is.

 

The next few are the back yard plus our bean field

 

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A few extra pics from around the house and Rose's chickens

 

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You would think so, but there are alot of trees and the only planes that I have that can land on grass require alot of room. I am working on clearing an area and cutting the grass putting green short for about 900 ft to take off and land

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I can never complain about mowing my yard here again. That looks like a full day job.

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Yeah, so when I shout that I won't be online much cuz I am mowing, you know I ain't bullshitn

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Wow Hatched, I'm impressed. In the UK back yard has a totally different meaning, usually a 12 ft square of concrete, that's all my 1st house had. You could fit my whole town in your 'back yard'! :-)

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Nah, on the south end Rose's cousin has that place, the north end is occupied be her mom and dad, and the west by her brother. Between those 2 is another of her brothers and the next house west of the west brother is her former father in law. So the neighbors aren't an issue.

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Out the back patio....

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"We better sell all this patio furniture, because we don't know if we will have room for it all in Miami, or even if we will have a patio at all"

--Me, 14 months ago in Germany

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Out the back patio....

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"We better sell all this patio furniture, because we don't know if we will have room for it all in Miami, or even if we will have a patio at all"

--Me, 14 months ago in Germany

Jealous!

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Nice HC

 

That lawn of yours stirred up traumatic memories of lawn mower servitude from my childhood...I curled up in the fetal position and had to go to my happy place before I could get hold of myself again.

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The Irish sea, the gray cloud behind is just the shores of sunny Scotland :lol: . That barge is being tugged out to the North Sea where they are drilling for oil, it has been floating about in our bay all week, it has officially left.

 

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There is the Elsa Craig, a bird sanctuary between here and Scotland, its way closer to Scotland than here.

 

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My backyard.

 

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My backyard from my kitchen door :blink:

 

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A really tall ship :rolleyes: , they were in town a few weeks ago.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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We supply loads of stuff to the rigs that come into Invergordon for refurb. I shudder at their arrival cos the workload increases a million fold and the shit always hits the fan in some way shape or form!

I don't complain however when my car gets me from a to b, when power comes out of my sockets and gas cooks my food........that's someone elses problem! :-)

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