She said "and the wedding is supposed to take place tomorrow". And he said " it will interfere with the air show". To which the third replied "not if the red baron can help it".
like and voted.
A very private conversation. I do like this one, and Voted as well
LOL, Tery - yup, these people are all members of the Air show! Thanks for the Like and the Vote!
Thanks for the Like and the Vote Dianne!!
Hi Bits wasn't sure if you'd get my reference to Rhinebeck
Best wishes from Turkey, Mustafa
Hi Tery - lol, I guess you Canadians are more in tune with our politics and goings on than I am. Nope, I didn't get that reference.
Many thanks to you for the Like and the Vote Mustafa-K! Greetings to you in Turkey :)
It's more to do with my having been to the WWI airshow there in the late 70's and wondering why there was no mention of that amazing weekly event in all the hoopla. It still goes on. It's not like I wanted all that other coverage in our news challenged media.
LOL, I do sympathize with you poor Canadians, having to be inundated with useless American "news"!
They are like a dog with a bone Bits - they just won't let go. Similarly they go on about royal visits...
Oh, so these chair were set up for the Queen's visit?
Well, could be - and that would explain why they remain empty! I'm sure they'll put these away for the winter, but it would be pretty nice for us photographier kind of people if they'd leave them out there for the first snow storm. That would sure make for some interesting photos.
Nice capture! Beautiful shot!
Many thanks to you for your kind comment and the Like baiyunheitu ! It's funny - I thought I was the only one who took notice of the photographic opportunities of these chairs, but when visiting friends I've seen their own takes on the view tacked to their bulletin boards. The chairs seem to be a very un-intended but very nice work of art.
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