Wordless Wednesday ~ July 27, 2022 July 27, 2022 ~ Tails Around the Ranch Live, love, bark! 🐾 Sharing is caring:Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)MoreClick to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
41 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday ~ July 27, 2022”
❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ the colour of the sky
Where sky and water meet, paradise resides.
Lulu: “Ooh, what is it? Is it a Stargate? It’s a Stargate isn’t it?”
Chaplin: “You’ve been hanging around with Dada too long.”
No Stargates…just blissful zen.
This feels like it could be a reset button. I’m not completely certain but . . . okay, I am completely certain this is where you go to reset. Mmmmm.
Oh yes, this was one of the best reset days on that trip. Just look at that water!
Love the photo – looks like a very serene spot to maybe sit on the dock and dangle your legs over the side and let the world go by.
And that’s exactly what I did that day!
Hmmm, I am not familiar with that place, but the serenity that emanates from it is compelling!
It’s an isle off the coast of Honduras. Truly a beautiful spot with exquisite coastal waters.
That looks utterly peaceful.
It truly was one of the most peaceful places I saw. It was as if it was a prescription to melt away the stress.
Hardly a cloud in sight. We had a couple of those last week during the heat wave, which makes it harder to appreciate lol. But, nothing like a clear blue sky with some refreshing breezes blowing. That photo is relaxing and refreshing.
Living in Colorado I’m kinda spoiled with loads of sunshine and clear blue skies. We’re known for 300 days of sunshine here but you’re right, on hot sunny days you’d give just about anything for a cloud or two. 😉
Beautiful! I really enjoyed our dive trip to Roatan!
It’s such a beautiful place to visit.
Wee so wish wee were there Miss Monika an Sweet Norman an Elsa!! 😉
***purrss** BellaDharma an ((hugss)) BellaSita Mum
Me, too, dear kitty, Me too. I can practically ‘feel’ the ocean breeze on my face when I look at that photo.
Bring. On. THE. Ocean. Breeze.
Beautiful cooling blues. Where are we going? Mind you, the breeze is lovely, just as is. We can sit and sip something whilst we take it all in…
Roatán, Honduras. I came across some images on a photo card that for some reason didn’t get downloaded after using the big camera over the weekend at the Dragon Boat Festival. Seeing that image I was transported back to a beautiful and peaceful place. I needed some zen and that seemed to fill the fill. Happy mid-week.
I wanna go back. I feel like I saw nothing 🙂 Isn’t that something when we “find” pictures we took but didn’t see?
A friend of mine is a dragon boat racer and he is in Florida right now… or was, where they won two golds, two silvers and a bronze. So happy for him.
I need some zen…
Going early I probably missed a lot, but saw some interesting things/people/dogs including a boat maned by a number of handicapped people and was so inspired by their enthusiasm. Hopefully a post for next week’s Nature Friday blog hop. 🤞🏼
We can only see so much when it’s one stop on a cruise. I figure that is what cruises are best for – to give you a sample and some places you can return one day and fully explore.
Looking forward to whatever you post!
It’s very true. I always try to do a spot of exploring apart from the cruise offered tours. We were lucky, our guide took us to the ‘real’ parts of the isle, not the spiffed up & polished tourist traps. It made for a much better and realist experience.
We never take the cruise-offered tours preferring to look up the locals and see what they offer. As a result, when on Tortola, we got Walla and were taken to Pirate’s Cove whereas the rest of the peeps were at the closes beach. The experience was the highlight of the whole cruise! He was so good, we told friends to look for him on their cruise. And they found him 🙂
Aren’t guides like that fabulous?! They can make an entire trip that much better and worth their weight in gold. We used a family run company and the son was a soccer phenome. It seemed like everyone knew him and adored him as much as we did.
The best! He stopped and picked up plants and gave instruments to the kids and we tasted tamarind, cacao, some iffy-pissy-looking liquid, then we were brought to a BBQ by the beach (chicken and stuff) with generator-empowered blenders to have real pina coladas with fresh coconut and pineapple… We are STILL talking about it 🙂
How cool is that? It’s stories like that that makes those kinds of travel experiences so impactful and noteworthy!
Oh, absolutely! On our first cruise with the kids (all 8 of them plus 2 friends’) all the ship trips had ben cancelled for “high waves”. No problem whatsoever to go swim with the rays with the local boys! 🙂
Wow! When you get lemons, sometimes you have to be creative when making lemonade.
It wasn’t even a little sour for us. Yes, the waves were nuts but they brought us way out into a cove and there a gazillion (at the very least ;- ) Course, I had to hold onto my little lard-arse, who was only 5 and couldn’t touch the bottom, while my husband held the eldest, almost 7. My arm was like lead after!
Now that’s a memory for all the ages.
I have to say, there are so many. I really should create some sort of book of things like that.
Talk about a legacy in print!
I am working on it!!
My boat will be arriving shortly and we’ll go for a cruise together. Bring the pups.
I linked this post to my Wordless Wednesday.
Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Scritches to the pups, a smooch to Norman and a big hug to you. ♥
Thanks, Sandee. We’d definitely LOVE to cruise with you. Have a wonderful mid-week.
gate to eternity ? ;O)
More like a gate to a refreshing spot. And these days we all need that.