16 September 2008

On the road....

Tomorrow we will leave for a family visit to the Netherlands. Our youngest daughter and two grandchildren and other family and friends.
It is always on this time of the year we go. Our granddaughter has her birthday in October 1st, and we like to be there on that day.

The Netherlands, the land of the windmills, these are old ones a water mill and a wheat mill.
The Netherlands is flat country and always windy.
Nowadays they also build modern wind mills to get electricity.

See you again in a couple of weeks :-)


Tricks said...

Hi Ati,
Thanks for the views of your homeland. I expect you miss it.

I love the flat lands, it means you can see forever or tomorrow which ever way you look at it, lol.

I hope you have a really lovely time and make the most of the break and enjoy your family. Tricia

Ayala Levinger said...

Lovely vacation, Ati
nazomer is my favorite time of year and my son is crazy about all sorts of mills especially if they are turning....

Gunnels blog said...

Lovely pictures! have a nice vacation! I have been in The Netherlands once :-)

Anonymous said...

Een hele fijne vakantie gewenst!
Dat word een heerlijk weerzien!

groetjes Jol@nda

Guzzisue said...

Hope you have better weather than we did in Amsterdam last week, it poured with rain :-(

T said...

Have a great holiday Ati.
Love the pictures of the windmills.
I wish I could be with my grandchildren on their birthdays, but they live in France.

Murgelchen94 said...

Hello Ati,
have a nice and good time.

artisbliss said...

The Netherlands sound like Kansas--flat and windy! Have a wonderful time.

BumbleVee said...

have a wonderful visit with your daughter Ati.... love the pics of the windmills.... I have never seen on in real life.

Candi said...

Hope you have a wonderful and safe trip Ati:)

Stitcher S said...

Have a wonderful time. The photos are beautiful.

Waltraud said...

Hi Ati,
wish you wonderful days,

Sharon said...

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Lory said...

I've never seem photos of old windmills in person. They must be awesome to look at. :):):):)


Lory said...

oops, what a tongue twister. I meant, I've never seem windmills in person, only through photos. Hahahaha, I guess it's late. :):):)

crazyQstitcher said...

We have the modern wind generators in Australia but I much prefer your old type, so beautiful.

We have one true windmill(not nearly as nice as your old ones) built as a home in the area I used to live and the road was often blocked by people who stopped and stared at it.