A Cup of Tea before leaving for Lakelands Park

8 Nov

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This might grow into a big tree if nobody cuts it down.

This might grow into a big tree if nobody cuts it down.

I could not help myself, this morning I went in search of that little tree again. Did someone collect all the berries from it? Is this why I cannot recognize it any more? Anyhow, it was another glorious morning. I was happy to go for another walk in Lakelands Park while  taking more pictures of big trees and the bush along the creek. I also made a bit of time to sit down on that special bench reading one chapter of The little Prince.
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Over the distant mountains a bit of early morning fog.

Over the distant mountains a bit of early morning fog.

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The 'Bush' along the Creek

The ‘Bush’ along the Creek

Some beautiful Trees on the other Side of the Park.

Some beautiful Trees on the other Side of the Park.

These have a beautiful smell flowering now in spring (November).

These have a beautiful smell flowering now in spring (November).

Looks like this villa is still for sale.

Looks like this villa is still for sale.

Saturday morning. Sometimes all the cars are gone. Not today.

Saturday morning. Sometimes all the cars are gone. Not today.

Peter just returned from his morning run. We’re soon going to make another cup of tea.

5 Responses to “A Cup of Tea before leaving for Lakelands Park”

  1. The Emu November 8, 2014 at 12:15 pm #

    You appear to have a lovely setting to live in Uta, you have the park for Peters exercise, the bush to explore, and some great old trees to sit under and read.
    I can imagine a lovely afternoon under the shade and relaxing and enjoying life.
    Hope your Saturday afternoon is just as enjoyable.
    Ian

    • auntyuta November 8, 2014 at 12:51 pm #

      Thanks for your comment, Ian. Actually, when Peter goes on his 3 km run/walk he has to do this outside the park. I started reading about The little Prince and enjoy it very much. Very thought-provoking! Very simple language but it says a lot. Have you read it?
      Wishing you and Ana a very pleasant weekend. 🙂
      Uta

      • The Emu November 8, 2014 at 2:45 pm #

        Its great that Peter has a place to exercise and run/walk in, suppose the park would get a bit monotonous after a while.
        I cant recall ever reading The Little Prince but am sure Ana would have.
        Hope the heat is bearable for you, here we have 38 degrees.
        Regards
        Ian

      • auntyuta November 8, 2014 at 3:10 pm #

        We have only about 26 Degrees here in the shade. In the sun it gets quite hot though. There is not much of a breeze. I do like this kind of weather. 🙂
        I hope you can have your sprinklers on on your beautiful porch in the back.
        Cheers
        Uta

  2. Robert M. Weiss November 9, 2014 at 7:42 am #

    Some of your photos do remind me of Southern California. We have imported eucalyptus trees.

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