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It was a heavenly day, sunny, bright, the promise of a lazy summer in the air.  We had stopped to explore a property with a for sale sign.  The view was magnificent.  In the summer when the woodlands were dense with foliage, the view would be entirely different.

DSC00340The odd car went by on the old highway, but that aside, the little woodland was quiet.  There were signs that at one time, someone had built, there was firewood neatly stacked waiting to be needed.  The building though was long gone.  All that was left was the remanet of a concrete step.


As we stood in silence taking in the fresh air and the ambiance of the day, we were each in our own thoughts. To Rev. Eisuke, who was born and raised in Japan, then spent the last 6 years assigned to Argentina… I could only imagine what his thought were.  Mine was on the many times I’d driven by, and never seen this slice of heaven  It was a perfect moment. Everything just felt so right.  Nature’s embrace does that.  We both marvelled at the blessings of living with God brings.  PL Precept #11  Always be with  God.

Coming back we took the super-duper new highway that cut through the rugged hillside.  Speeding us back to civilization. Sigh. That is just what life is about.When the moment happens. seize it. Blessings come in many guises.

Namaste      –      Oyashikiri

yes we stopped at a chip wagon, for French Fries and hamburger =^_^=

yes, we found a golf course

and yes. he saw a few  ski runs for next winter.

Province of Quebec

Comments on: "old Chelsea rd to Wakefield" (4)

  1. Indeed, blessings do! 🙂 Love the contrasting lines in the opening photo.

  2. Just imagine a car filled with six people (4 of them children with bags of groceries on their laps) and a dog going up that road. We made that trip every summer for many years heading to the cottage at Johnston Lake.
    Thanks for the trip down memory lane.

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