Wednesday, September 17, 2014

The Land of the Living

No, I didn't fall off the face of the earth. The cold and horrible cough I caught in Prague has stuck with me until now. The last few nights I have finally been able to sleep through with out waking 5times in the night, coughing.  The clean, pure air at the cabin in Montana has helped clear my lungs, I'm sure. We've been here for about 10 days, doing nothing more strenuous than reading. My brother, who loves his remote I controlled toys, from boats to planes, has been having fun with a new one, a helicopter capable of carrying a GoPro-type camera. The resulting birds-eye views over the lake give a good idea of our surroundings.

Another task has been winnowing through all of DH's and my photos from the Danube trip. So I hope to be able to post some pics of the textiles we saw along the way.


Laura Fry said...

Sorry to hear the cold was so awful, but glad you are feeling better now. :)

neki desu said...

good to hear you're still in the land of the living. looking forward to those photos

Alice said...

So glad you have finally surfaced, was beginning to worry. Travel is a very mixed blessing. Welcome back.

Pat said...

I have been wondering as to where you had got to and what you were doing. I hope you have recovered. Do we get any comments on the Danube trip?

Cally said...

That sounds very restorative. I hope it does the trick!