Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Dining at Boulderneigh

Table for three?

Or four?

Garden seating for one:

Yes, flowers at the table are always a nice touch:

Comic relief, or a food critic in disguise?

Looks like that one got a little overdone!

After eating it's good to rest a spell and let things digest:

How about a little dinner music? I heard this during an interview with a composer on public radio yesterday, and it was just the sort of dreamy, emotional piano I love. I liked it so much that I FINALLY redeemed an iTunes gift card my sister gave me (thanks, Sis!) and bought the album; now I have lovely background music to listen to when I'm using my computer or iPod Shuffle.

That's it for now at . . .

11 comments:

Karen B. said...

Really cute post, Michelle. And the piano music is lovely, I plan on looking for it on iTunes. Neat!

An English Shepherd said...

I like the look of the branch ;-)

Wizz

Carolina Trekker said...

Wow, this music is so mesmerizing, i can't stop listening to it. Thank you for shareing. I clicked to enlarge your photo of the table for four and got a good chuckle. There are all those sheepie legs & two Lucy legs. Enjoy your posts!!

Doreen said...

Thank you for taking me dining at Boulderneigh. I enjoyed the post but I still feel hungry. LOL

spinpygora said...

Wow! I LOVE that music....off to download from iTunes! Thanks!!

Mom L said...

What are those lovely "flowers on the table"???

Nancy in Atlanta

Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

Nancy, those are yucca. Not my favorite plant, but it was here when we bought the place. Its flowers are nice, though!

Kristin said...

All your photos are fantastic :-) That music is amazing - sounds almost like it could be the soundtrack to a movie.

C-ingspots said...

I really like that music too. Very soothing. I love the pictures of the chickens - they really are beautiful girls.
But, I have to say that Russel is looking less than diginified in his new fly mask. :) Too funny!! Biff used to make such fun of Harley's ears that I finally cut them off. Not his ears of course, the ones on his fly mask!

I see that Lucy2 is still enjoying her freedom...

MiniKat said...

There's an award for you over on my blog. ;-)

Tina T-P said...

Yes, the music is really beautiful - thanks for sharing it! T.