I rather prefer the outdoor waiting to the indoor no matter the elegance of the surroundings. The tilework is beautifully done but the foliage and the skies are gorgeous.Okay, now I have a link to change.
I am with susan here. Outside wins my heart today (and almost every day).
That floor is amazing. I want that on my enclosed front porch! Would it survive a Canadian winter? ;)
Knatolee: I get a bit confused between our Broom and our Gorse (also known as Whin), which have different Latin names but look pretty much the same to me. But it's one of them. The hills are covered in it (or them) right now. I would have thought anything Scottish should be able to survive in at least some parts of Canada, apart, perhaps, from the accent - many Scots seem to lose the accent fairly fast over there.And inside can sometimes be best, given the Scottish weather, but outside is good whenever possible. I like the almost outside but still inside location of my glass-roofed conservatory.
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