Friday, April 9, 2021

Autumn with a touch of summer..

 

I cannot complain! I still do, but I shouldn't :) Even though it'll be a few more weeks before I can go hiking again (hamstring injury) I have Hillarys Boat Harbour less than five minutes from home.. lots of level, scenic walking to be done here. As the harbour restaurants and shops are super busy at the weekends we, as do many locals I'm sure, tend to come down and walk through the week, it's not too shabby a spot for a bit of exercise. Happy Friday, take care and stay safe..


25 comments:

  1. I wouldn't mind walking there, it's a beautiful spot.

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  2. ...it sure looks like summer to me!

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  3. You have some lovely places. Do not overdo it. I did a hamstring in about 30+ years ago and at times I am still aware of it. Keep safe and have a good weekend, Diane

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  4. It all looks rather attractive. I love walking anywhere where there are boats.

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  5. Glad your hamstring is healing, and this looks like an outstanding place for a light stroll. You are indeed lucky!

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  6. Good you have a fine harbor and beach for a walk. Is that a Loch Ness sea monster in the upper right corner of your first photo? Or perhaps more accurately, Hillary's Boat Harbor monster? Hope you heal more quickly than you anticipate, Grace.

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  7. It looks like a great spot for a wander.

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  8. It looks like a gorgeous spot, Grace!

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  9. Take care and stay safe my dear friend!

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  10. What a beautiful spot to enjoy and so close to home.

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  11. All very serene and peaceful.

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  12. Dynamite Perth - On And On We Walk - Casually Of Course

    Cheers

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  13. Beautiful photos.
    Happy Weekend.

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  14. Busy restaurants, oh, Grace, I was in the city yesterday. Ghosttown. Only "system-relevant shops" open.
    Sooo good to see Hillarys and the Breakwater-sign. It´s 4C here, Spring still takes a break - ha, explains your good weather ;-)

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  15. Dearest Grace,
    Hope your hamstring slowly is healing and may you find the patience to let it heal.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  16. What a pretty marina. The water looks inviting and the weather must be lovely.

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  17. 'five minutes from home' !!!
    Ohhh, it's so envy. ;)

    The seaside, a mother and a child is my most favorite scene. :)

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  18. It looks good overthere to take a dive in the water. Hope you will recover soon the be able to walk again, take care!

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  19. Looks like a great place for a stroll.

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  20. Hillary's is a beautiful place for a walk. Hope you're taking it easy Grace.

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  21. I do see that autumn is slowly moving in, but it's still pretty happy summertime in my eyes, lovely city views.

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  22. Oh poor you, I hope it doesn't take too long to heal up.

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  23. Thank you for these wonderful photos. I wish you a speedy recovery (it's almost a rugby player's injury you have here ;-)

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  24. Lovely photographs.
    Sending my good wishes and hoping the hamstring will heal soon.
    Just take care and be patient :)

    All the best Jan

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