Where Are You Now?

Staying connected and having support from a community is more important today than ever before and with new lockdowns and restrictions happening for many across the Northern Hemisphere it can make such a difference …

So, take a moment and share the view from your window and let us know where you are.

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Here is our (alas temporary) lockdown home this beautiful morning. It’s a view of the cottage, rather than the view from the window of the cottage :upside_down_face: but the windows are small so this aspect is much better!

Oh, it’s St Brides Haven, Pembrokeshire BTW.

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Wow looks absolutely gorgeous. Housesitting there?

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Sadly no @Jon-J we are paying :scream: and there are no pets but it certainly is fabulous!

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How long are you staying? Lovely place to hunker down during the pandemic. Not another cottage next door is there?

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We can stay to 28th Nov but then we’re homeless until English lockdown ends (2nd Dec?) After that, who knows :woman_shrugging:t3:. We have to get through France and Northern Italy in order to get home - both of those are also in lockdown :frowning:
And no, it’s one cottage all alone - just perfect isolation!

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Looks so nice. Hopefully you’ll be able to find somewhere for a few days.

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This is our view in St Ives, Cornwall, UK. We’re house sitting just up the hill a bit but go to the beach most days (as well as lots of other beaches in Cornwall!). Soon to leave on Monday sadly, after a month here it now feels like home and i’m addicted to surfing! xx

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We are dog and cat sitting (again, lucky us!) in Valley Center, California, about one hour north of San Diego.
This is our view, with Palomar Mountain in the background.

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We found the parking charges astronomical in Cornwall. We spent over £40 just taking the dog for walks!! Some areas insisted that you pay for 2 hours which is a bit sneaky.

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Superbe. Ce chien est un géant. Danois ?

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At home
View from the garden. Autumn to day is dull, grey. Provence is not always sunny
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Absolutely gorgeous!

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The view from my office, Loch Long Cove, Argyll and Bute …I’ve been here since March 27th the longest my feet (body and mind) have been in one place for 14 years … I miss my pets, people and places

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Quite remote @Saltrams, hard to go to the pub ??

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Magnificent

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Had a moment of dejavu there @angela as I asked almost exactly the same question in our FB group a day ago with almost same view… haha! Great minds eh? We are on lock-down in France looking after the 2nd home of a THS home owner, and this was our first sunset view! We can only exercise for 1 hour a day, but we are making the most of that in the beautiful countryside around us.

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@vanessaanderson great minds indeed, you’re always an inspiration…
That’s my office view, where’s yours?

Impossible @Provence! I’m not even sure where the nearest pub is.

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Where are you in France now ? Did you solve the problem of the second sit, cancelled ? On your way to Italy, you’re welcomed to make a break if you’re tired of driving (if you have a car ??) but I still doubt you can easily cross France for the moment with all restrictions

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