Sunday, June 24, 2012

A Visit...

My father-in-law would have been 80 this past week so hubby and I decided to go to ''the hill'' where we scattered his ashes and have a visit with him yesterday... that was his wish to be scattered there on a windy day so we did and we had a swig out of a rum bottle as that was his favourite tipple...
so hubby and I went for a drive down to see him
and apple pie was his favourite sweet so I made that to have with our mini barbie...
getting the barbie going before 
we climb this...
 can you see the two goats up there?
 the view from the top
 our barbie way down there...
 and the bottle of rum we left up there 18 months ago...
looks like the goats have peed and pooed all over it
and no we didn't have another swig we just put it back in the little hole...
 bacon, eggs and onion in a sandwich
 and apple pie for sweets...


  1. Tarnyia, that's a beautiful way to mark your late FIL's birthday. Thanks for sharing these lovely pics with us... x♥x

  2. What a lovely way to remember your Father in Law.

  3. Hello Tarnyia,

    The perfect commemoration. Great pictures of Magnet.

    happy days.

  4. A wonderful way to remember your father in law....

  5. What a lovely thing to do .....

  6. A lovely way to remember your FIL's birthday. What a lovely hill too :) Hugs to you and your DH :) hugs Vicki x

  7. Anonymous12:12 PM

    what a lovely thing to do Tarnyia,those views are wonderful.xx

  8. I am sure FIL was there with you. He picked a great spot. What a lovely thing to do in his memory.

  9. I am sure he would have appreciated your visit!

  10. Looks like you had a lovely visit! :0)

  11. A lovely celebration of his life. Those apple pies look so good.

  12. Your father-in-law sure picked a terrific spot, he knew his stuff! What a lovely thing to do to remember him! I can smell the bacon from here, yum! Looks like the day was beautiful too.

  13. Fiona from Bubzrugz sent me over for a visit
    Must say I enjoyed my look around

  14. What a beautiful way to remember your FIL...And what a wonderful outlook to sit and remember him.
    Hugs Tanya