Day nine Journey
|Photograph by Ralph Koch. Do not use without permission.|
This is my Hubby’s favourite photo. He calls it ‘My two favourite Ladies.’ This was taken in the Pyrenees on our tour zipping across the French/Spanish border. It was our first proper holiday together, riding across the mountains; I was navigating and did it pretty well if I say so myself. I can’t read in a car but resting the map on Hubby’s back as we rode was easy.
It was our last holiday for a while as little did we know that another journey had already started; no wonder I felt ill every morning . . .
Day nine of the jump-on-board-for-blogflash2012-30-days-30-prompts-30-posts/ coutesey of Terri Giuliano Long. Pop along to her page The Art and Craft of Writing Creatively for wonderful tips and advice on writing and for reading the entries from wonderful writers.
I love this!!! Love the story and the photo and the hint of the new journey to come!! :)ReplyDelete
Aw, thank you. This one was a struggle. All creativey left me today- been busy and was just sharing some pics with my friend and talking about it so thought I'd write it. Glad you liked. . .I'm relieved!!! xxxDelete
What a great post Lizzie.ReplyDelete
Sounds like an amazing journey but I bet the one that followed was even more wonderful for you both :)
Awesome post and photo!!!ReplyDelete
My Hubby will be pleased you like the pic; it's his pride and joy. xxxDelete
That is a great pic Lizzie, lovely bike! I love riding pillion and Vince and I hope to have our own bikes and do that once our other journey (that you hinted at!) has closed! Right now we've only got one bike and have to share!ReplyDelete
I loved the way you mentioned both journeys...both as important as each other!
You're lucky you can have your own bike. . i'll always be pillion . . too short to have my own. My feet don't touch the floor unless it's really tilted! But yes, the journey on the bike will begin again . . thinking of getting another one. xDelete
One journey ending, another beginning x.ReplyDelete
This sounds like the trip of a lifetime. Followed by a life-changing event! Thank you for sharing such wonderful memories!ReplyDelete
Glad you liked it. I did have my reservations . . but pleased I posted this. xxDelete
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