Granite and Gallurese

38 thoughts on “Granite and Gallurese”

      1. Oh it was not too bad though I went into a funk and sulked my being off because my husband was working 😛 But we made up for it later. Yours? xx

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  1. With the lingering mist in the granite landscape and the gnarled trees at the resort, it looks like something out of a J.R.R Tolkien story. The Tomb of the Giants is well named for the incredible rock formations and strange structures. The adorable cats seems to be the guardians of the tombs and waiting for the giants to awaken from their slumber… Hope you have a Happy Easter 🙂 – Neek

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    1. You have woven an atmospheric story right there, Neek. I loved the product of your forays into Gallura with me. Thank you for indulging me. Happy Easter 🙂 xx

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    1. To your family and you too, Happy Easter, Lorelle 🙂 Thank you, Sardinia was one of the best trips I have been on. xx

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      1. Sardinia’s in the middle of the Mediterranean? Just checking my geography! – and, are you starting to get some signs of spring yet? I heard from another writer friend that New Jersey got hit with yet another snow storm. 😦

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      2. Oh yeah, your friend is right. We are quite white right now with a nice thick layer of snow. Man the weather gods are being perverse! Though there are these sudden days of clear blue skies and liquid sunshine.
        Sardinia is in the middle of the Mediterranean, off the coast of mainland Italy 🙂

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      3. Oh! sorry for the repetition. My reader didn’t show my already-posted comment, so I wrote it again. haha At least I was consistent in both comments! 🙂

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      4. Don’t worry… the Mediterranean sun, twice over, can never be a bother 😉 xx

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  2. That was quite some trip you had, intended or otherwise. 🙂 🙂 My absolute favourite shot is those cloudy granite hills behind the pizza place. Incongruous, or what! What a fabulously mysterious and wonderful place. 🙂

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    1. Thank you Jo 🙂 Those hills do rather rise mystically behind the pizzeria, so it is one of mine too. xx

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    1. We did have a nice hike and a wonderful time, Nisha, though we hardly stayed put in the resort. Thank you 🙂 xx

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  3. Always nice when impusiveness gets rewarded !!

    Though I have to say thunderstuck is a mild response, if I consider how mine would have reacted at the situation 😀

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    1. Thunderstruck was just the amuse bouche. Why do you think I got off my lazy behind? My husband has signed up for a lifetime of harum-scarum(ness), my friend. xx

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  4. That giants tomb is amazing! It does sort of look like it could be for a giant.

    I also love your kitty photos and all those amazing granite-filled views. What an awesome place for a holiday.

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