Point No Point Resort is nestled in the trees on a point of land along a rugged rocky shoreline.
The paths that weave their way throughout the property are well marked.
Bird song and the crashing of the waves are all one can hear for miles.
Wandering silently along the path
with the warmth of the sun to keep us company
we are deep in thought
taking stock of the beauty and bounty of nature.
Despite the fact that we are off line I took the opportunity to create some blogging images.
The Humble Bungalow Blog is very close to my heart...
it is a personal expression
a creative outlet
a hobby if you will...
I put my heart out there and have faith that someone will read my words.
Many readers drop by and I'd like to reach out to more people.
Lisa from A Mid Life of Privilege has been instrumental in my presence here in the blogosphere.
She encouraged me to get started and I consider her a friend...
she generously linked my blog on one of her more recent posts
and she kindly emailed me with a few pointers as I would like to expand my audience.
I got a "bee in my bonnet" about collecting rocks in the shape of hearts
and proceeded to spend the next hour searching...
the time was not spent in vain
slowly scanning the rocks beneath my feet
I looked closely at the details and shapes.
and a new collection is born!
time spent relaxing is an investment in good health
quality of life is a delicate balance of work and play
These snow leopard printed Polar Feet sox are keeping my feet warm...
if you have not discovered the joys of cozy fleece you might want to head on over and treat yourself to a pair.
I have several pairs of these sox and they are great to wear on the boat or when hiking.
Speaking of cozy...
you might like to spend a few days in the peace and quiet of Point No Point Resort.
We like the Hummingbird cabin...
It's got everything one needs to put together s few simple meals...
though we dined at the restaurant twice during our stay.
The duck confit at dinner was beyond belief
and I would be remiss if I didn't mention the grilled salmon served with salad that I ate for lunch.
My heart collection came home with me...
I'll be looking out for more as I meander along the beaches.
You might see me on the shoreline with my head bowed...
I'll be happy to chat with you if our paths cross.
I'm so grateful for your comments and emails...
I savour the connections that I continue to make here in cyberspace.
Until next time...