Tuesday, April 24, 2012

That time I went to Holland...

Okay, so maybe I've never been to Holland, but on Sunday after my Mom, Dad & I went to see the alpacas, we stopped in Mount Pleasant at the Windmill for a bite to eat.  That fruit tart reminded me so much of Europe.  & the blueberry dessert things (haha I can't exactly remember what they were called...) was delicious.  That was my first time going to the Windmill, but I can see Keith & I going there after a drive some day.  I'll be sharing the photos of the alpacas soon, it was so interesting to watch!  & they are sooo cute once they're all sheared!

On the weekend my computer stopped working out of no where.  Apparently the motherboard is done.  But, luckily, my Dad found me another tower or whatever and my neighbour is going to move everything I had saved on my computer (mostly just bookmarks & PDFs, as you all know my computer isn't able to upload photos, ha.) so, that's awesome!  And from now on I'm going to figure out a better way to save my bookmarks, ha.  Incase this happens again.  Do you have any suggestions?  

7 comments:

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  2. You could've fooled me, it really does look like Holland. Great pics!

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  3. haha! So the post title really should have been: "That time I went to Holland...but not really" :)
    I love the windmills + the awesome root beer bottles!!

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  4. Amazing, I still have family in diemen and amsterdam my oma visits tries to visit them every year!

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  5. Such lovely photos! Those cream puffs look to die for

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  6. Looks like a fun trip! That dessert!!

    Ah. bummer to hear about your computer. How do you currently save your bookmarks?

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  7. What a lovely atmosphere and such pretty pictures of it all. Save all your bookmarks in google chrome! That's my best advice :)

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