Tag Archive: weekly challenge

Are you leaving today?

We went to Finland in August 2017 to visit our son and his girlfriend and their sweet two cats.  Inti, the Peruvian rescue cat, is fond of bags and lay down on my opened… Continue reading

Tour Guide – Malmö, Sweden

This tour guide to the town where I lived was originally crafted several years ago and I have added to it and changed the pictures several times during the years. I share this… Continue reading

Cosy cat

Talvi is a black rescue cat from Tampere and lives with his friend Inti, the peruvian rescue cat, in Helsinki in Finland. When Talvi came to his new mum and dad, his dad… Continue reading

Beloved horse

Working with horses is not a job, it is a vocation. The horse is Petrify and my daughter who was his caretaker loved him dearly. He was something of a problem boy, easily scared which… Continue reading

Beloved foals

Working with horses is not a job, it is a vocation. These foals are photographed on a stud on the English countryside in the autumn of 2016.  I share this post with The Daily… Continue reading

Beloved cat

Inti was born in faraway Peru. He was found in March one month old by a young Finnish exchange student in Lima in a park where people dump unwanted cats. She was lucky… Continue reading

Safety

Inti, the Peruvian rescue cat, travelled with his mom in this bag from Lima in Peru to Helsinki in Finland in 2016. I have told Inti´s story last year in This cat has… Continue reading

Inti is having an adventure

The other journey we made this year went to Finland in August to visit our son and his girlfriend and their two cats. We joined our son when he was taking Inti outdoors.… Continue reading

Floating Four-Leaf Clover

A memory from August and our visit to Helsinki. A rare aquatic fern – Marsilea mutica – in the greenhouse of the Botanical garden in Helsinki. Many thanks to Maarit for taking us… Continue reading

Bee in flower

A memory from August and our visit to Helsinki. A bee in a lilac flower in the Botanical garden in Helsinki. Many thanks to Maarit for taking us there.  I share this post… Continue reading