Thursday, September 18, 2008

Just some pictures

I'm still in Canada. We do have beautiful places here...

Niagara Falls




Quebec City






But I'm longing for this...




7 comments:

Beck said...

Beautiful pictures Sue! I'd love to visit Eastern Canada sometime! I've enjoyed watching the evolution of your Isla home. I remember your stories and pictures from the original project!

carl/debbie said...

I remember your project too!! It was called E.S.D. Remember why??
You shared EVERYTHING with us. Even when you couldnt get your new bathtub, uhh, "clean" haha.
E.S.D.= EVERY SILLY DETAIL!! I remember getting home from work, and hoping you had updated what all you had done on the place. What a great era that was.

Cheri said...

How long are you there for? I have to go to Cheektowaga and hang out all day on Saturday...maybe I could cross and we could meet for lunch somewhere? Or are you too far for that? You can email me if you are interested....cm.krull(at)gmail.com

Sue said...

Beck - if you visit, you must come in summer or early fall - the best time of year here, in my opinion. Glad you like the pics - I'd like to see what you'd do with your special effects on some of these pics!

Carl - yes, that was a fun time. A long time ago, sort of - 6+ years. A lot has happened since then, and I've learned a lot. I'm not sharing ESD any more but hopefully you are enjoying the almost daily stories anyway. My 'project' seems to be never-ending, but I think I'm getting to the finish line, at least for a while.

Cheri - sent you an email!

Jamqueen said...

Great photos, Sue! Love the front door with all the plants!I've been to Canada on both coasts this summer--Vancouver and New Brunswick--and Toranto in between!

Sue said...

Jamqueen - I love that door too, it was so charming. I bet you have some beautiful pictures of your Canada trips. Will you be posting any on your blog?

Jamqueen said...

Sue, mostly I was passing thru those placesin Canada--even though we drove into New brunswick--it was very foggy & we only stayed a hour or two. Really don't have many photos at all.