June 6, 2010

A house in the suburbs


Cool house in the region's stone...

Roses are in FULL bloom all over the place now!


This clothes line reminds me of the one we had when I was a kid!! I loved the way they used to turn....

A long view down a pedestrian tunnel.

Things that grow on stone walls





Well, this isn't a plant, but it's hanging on the gate...


9 comments:

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

Hi Leesa

I love this post .. it is so great to see suburb photos .. I love the one with the flowers with the steps and the gate :-)

Have a wonderful week, take care Hugs Anne ..

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Great post with lovely pictures. I still have a whirly clothes line like that!!!! Diane

Lisa Petrarca said...

Wonderful shots Leesa. I love seeing pictures of the simple things of everyday life.

Leesa said...

Hi Anne,

I know... it's just nice to walk around in new neighbourhoods and see the houses and gardens!! Have a great time in Canada!


Diane,

Hi there! That's cool you still have a clothesline like that!! Have a great week!

Hi Lisa,

Thanks!! I like seeing/taking pics of everyday things, too... That's what I like about blogging... It doesn't have to be anything in particular- just daily life!!
Take care and have a great week!

Phivos Nicolaides said...

Excellent shots!

Zaloette said...

Very nice pics!! Thanks!! Antonio (Zaloette)

Ron said...

Hi Leesa!

I agree.....

"This clothes line reminds me of the one we had when I was a kid!! I loved the way they used to turn...."

And didn't you just love how the clothes smelled after your brought them in? Fresh and air-dried clean! Especially the sheets.

What a great memory!

X

Leesa said...

Hola Antonio...

It's nice to see different "neighbourhoods" and to explore them... Esp. looking at people's gardens!!
Thanks for stopping by!!

Ron...

You know ... I remember clothes being a little on the "crunchy" side, not so much of the fresh smell... I do remember my mom going out in the back yard to take down the laundry and fold it... Those are goo memories...
Thanks for stopping by... Hugs, Leese

Leesa said...

Thanks Philip!!!