Photo a Day – Week Twenty Four and Twenty Five

Our adventures across the pond have ended and we are back home to reality. Coming home is always bitter sweet for me. Of course I’m glad to be back, to see family and our Buddy boo. But we had a great time and really immersed ourselves in our travels and Disney adventures.

Love looking back at these photos and am excited to sort through them, get some printed for Project Life® and layouts.

Let’s start of with a couple of days when we were still here at home.

Worried we might miss the apple season….. They are so big this year!

My favourite salad to make with our own tomatoes, potatoes and green beans.

The last morning before we flew off and clearly Buddy was having his say about that.

And then Gav, my sister, brother in law, H and I flew to Washington DC. Our first stop was the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Centre to see the Space Shuttle Discovery among other planes and aircraft stuff.

Sightseeing the next day.

And more of the same the next. Love this shot of the Jefferson Memorial and the clouds reflected in the tidal basin.

Off we went the following morning, driving south to Tennessee to get ready for the Eclipse but first a stop in Target. We do love a Target.

Her first go at making waffles.

Driving again this time we headed to New Orleans.

Our hotel was in the French Quarter where the buildings are very pretty indeed.

Arrived at our hotel in Disney World in time to get to the Magic Kingdom for Fireworks. Here we are on the tram.

Yikes. Stormtroopers at Hollywood Studios…..

One of the highlights of all the food we ate at Disney was breakfast at Chef Mickeys where we got to say hello to the chef himself.

And we finished off this week with a very funny show put on by the Muppets.

We packed a lot in and I’ll be back with more soon.


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2 Responses to Photo a Day – Week Twenty Four and Twenty Five

  1. Mary-Lou says:

    Looks like a good trip. Glad that you are home before the BIG hurricane hits Florida.

    • mel says:

      It was thank you and yes we are glad to be home. It is quite scary and worrying for all that live in the area.

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