Tuesday, August 25, 2009

The Beans Holiday Photos.

We told mum she could borrow our blog today to put up some photos from when they were on holiday last week, but she better not make a habit of it.

These first two photos are at a place called Marlow.
We like the look of Marlow cuz there are lots of fev-vers in the water there. We think the swans and geese might be a bit big for us though.

This is Boulter's Lock in Maidenhead which is near to Windsor Castle. The Beans sat there for a while and watched the boats going through the lock gates.

They went on Boulter's Island which is only small, and were looking up towards the weir.

They went to the Royal Horticultural Society gardens at Wisley on another day. Mum took lots of photos there, but we told her she could only post a few of them.

She thought these flowers were pretty but didn't think to write down their name.

They have lots of different styles of gardens there.

We thought this was the best photo she took cuz just look at all those fishies swimming around. Yummy!

This is the other end of the fish pond.

She said she just had to take a photo of this plant. We think it is scary! We wouldn't want our tails to be red hot.

They went in the Japanese Bonsai garden and the trees ranged from 26 years old to 200 years old.

This is the tree that is 200 years old. That's even older than our Beans.
We hope you liked mum's photos. Now maybe we can have our blog back tomorrow.

33 comments:

  1. I totally understand that you did not want to give up your blog but it was so so nice of you and the photos are gorgeous! xo.

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  2. Your people go to the prettiest places! We really appreciate the pictures of all the nommy fev-vers and fishies too. Those are always our purrsonal favorites!

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  3. Thank you for sharing your blog with your beans so they could share they pretty photos of their trip.

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  4. So nice of you to share your blog with the beans. We're glad you did! The photos are pawsome! Looks like they had a really cool holiday!

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  5. I love the gardens. Such a nice clean litter box they had there. I think you guys should have been able to go too!

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  6. You were very generous to share your blog. Those are some cool pictures. We would not want red hot tails either, ouch.

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  7. Very cool pictures! It looks like your mum and dad went to some very interesting places.

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  8. Oh that looks like fun, what I couldn't do with that giant litter box!

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  9. funny how once they are out of the house none of the photos have cats in them!

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  10. We like to see pics of you two,but Mom said she really enjoyed seeing these pics!!!!!!! They are great :)
    We agree with you...we would not want red hot tails either ,heehee
    Purrs Mickey,Georgia & Tillie

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  11. It was very nice of you to share your blog.The photos are gorgeous :)

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  12. Our Mommy says thank you for sharing the blog and letting your mum post some pretty photos. Those are very nice! Though we agree, the big ol' sand box is very interesting... And red hot tails don't sound fun at all!

    Purrs and hugs,
    The Kitty Krew

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  13. Oh so PRETTY!! I wanna run in that grass and chase those birdies!!

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  14. What a beautiful place it is~!
    I want to be there and take time having walks!

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  15. Ohmigod, what a fabulous place to have a vacation!I loved these series.
    Glad to see your beans enjoyed this trip a lot.Outstanding pictures!
    Thanks for sharing
    purrs and love
    Luna

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  16. We enjoyed the pics ~ our Dad is into growing Bonsai too. The gardens were lovely and dad said espeshully the Bonsai one.

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  17. Looks like your beans had a wonderful time! Mom sez she really likes the gardens! Very pretty! Thanks for letting your mom post those pictures.

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  18. Our Mum thanks you two boys for giving up your blog today so she could see the absolutely beautiful pictures of your bean's trip. Thank you!

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  19. Fab pictures! If we had know that your beans were coming to Maidenhead we would have come to meet them.

    We only live down the raod from Boulter's lock!

    Next time your beans come to Maidenhead get them to look us up!

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  20. i liked to see those bean pictures!

    smiles, auntie bee
    xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

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  21. It looks like a wonderful vacation!

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  22. Those are lovely pics! Thank you for sharing them with us.

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  23. Red Hot Cat's Tail. We want that in our garden! Don't care much for the bonsais, though. But looks like a wonderful trip al the same.

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  24. Yoo guys were so generous to give up yur bloggie fur yur Mum's pixchurs (which were gorjuss)...our Momma has taken ofur our bloggie too wif dis noo renoovayshun.

    purrs
    Abby

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  25. Welcome back...looks like a great vacation. Maybe you could share your blog another day so we can see more beautiful pictures!

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  26. Lovely pictures, 'specially the flowers. But you know guys, you'd better monitor how much time you're allowing your humans to have. Otherwise first thing you know, they'll take over your blog!

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  27. What beautifurrr pictures and place!!!

    Thanks for your birthday comment in my blog. We continue without internet connection in home... I´m very ungrrrry...

    Enjoy your holidays!

    Purrrrrrrrrrrrrs.

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  28. WHAT WONDERFUL PHOTOS.....THANKS FOR SHARING!!!

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  29. Eric and Flynn, those photos are just so beautiful ... we are glad you let your Mum post them so we could enjoy them so much!
    Purrs and headbutts,
    Sabrina, Sam, Simon and Momma Jan

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  30. What marvelous pictures! They look simply idyllic! How nice to get away to someplace with such peaceful surroundings! Also, nice to be home again, though -- I'm sure Eric and Flynn would agree.

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  31. They are all lovely, lovely pictures. Nothing like those places around here.

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  32. Mum says lovely flowers. She remembers seeing a tree at Kew Gardens that was a couple of hundred years old.

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