Monday, November 17, 2008

a wee dander

I awoke last Saturday to find the weather unusually mild, with bright sunshine. I decided that sunshine in Belfast is a terrible thing to waste, and so I walked up Cavehill, the hill that overlooks the city and ocean. It was so relaxing to meander my way up, slowly taking in the fluffy green grass, sights of the ocean and regal hills. I wanted to share it with you, so grab a cuppa tea (the closest you have to the English/Irish variety), sit back, and walk the hills of Northern Ireland with me.


(Belfast Castle)



(view of Belfast and the sea)


(When my cousins Lee and Adele came to visit once, Lee sat on a rock on Cavehill and claimed it as her own. I think this is it.)





(Hey! Thanks for coming.)

4 comments:

The Pats said...

HI SISTA! WHAT AMAZING PICTURES...I AM SO GLAD YOU POSTED THEM. I TRULY FELT AS THOUGH I WAS THERE TOO...I WISH! (N.I. '09...let's do it!) I'M GLAD YOU SNUCK IN A PIC OF YOU IN THERE...I MISS THAT FACE! WISH I COULD REACH THRU THE SCREEN AND HUG YA (but not in creepy "The Ring" sort of way :) CAN'T WAIT TIL CHRISTMAS...WE ARE GOING TO HAVE SO MUCH FUN! LOVE U! ~ ash

Karen Fleming said...

Beautiful!!! Hey, can you send me your address over there? Thanks and take care friend!

Gareth said...

thanks for the little stroll through the hills. what a great place to live. It looks beautiful and reminded me of cape town on a misty day.

Sarah said...

Ahh, it's so good to remember. Thanks for the opportunity to see those hills again, I miss them!