Friday, June 4, 2010

Across the Pond

Okay. My excitement levels are up.

My son and his fiancee have started their journey, spending the weekend on the outskirts of London, before getting on a plane early next week. England is known for its quaint little villages. And this afternoon, I got an email with a photograph. I thought I'd share it with you.

It really is stereotypically English. It's taken from the parking lot of a pub in a village called Gaydon. It's where they stopped for dinner (which is known as "tea" in England). To confuse you more, lunch back home is called "dinner". Enjoy...

1 comment:

cHim-prints said...

What a charming view. Hope you have a great visit.