Oh yes, everytime I look at these photos I get thirsty.

You see this is what I see every night. Ian arrives home from work around 5:30, we head out to the terrace with a cocktail,  and by 6:30 the sun is down.





Excuse the gap between 6:03 and 6: 26, I had to refill my cocktail, lol.  Another sundowner tonight!





23 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    paulinemulligan said,

    Absolutely stunning! Will think of you as it is getting colder here!!

  2. 3

    David Leeman said,

    I can’t wait………9:05 am dec 6 here I come!!!!! It’s been so dammm cold here ….it’s so draining of my body heat and energy…..bring on Bajan cocktail hour !!!

  3. 5

    It may not be home, but it sure looks wonderful. Enjoy your cocktails!!!

  4. 7

    Barbara H. said,

    I wonder how much you’ll miss this when you are back in Kilbourne Grove for good! Looks lovely – enjoy.

  5. 9

    So what is your preferred cocktail for this ritual?

  6. 11

    Fanny Kramer said,

    Cheers … what a view. You’ll have to bring your camera for a slightly different view … images of bliss!

  7. 13

    Lynne said,

    Absolutely beautiful, and well worth enjoying with a cocktail in hand 🙂

  8. 15

    debsgarden said,

    What a great way to end the day!

  9. 17

    Alistair said,

    Oh my, life is tough at the top. (lol) prefer the happy faces, but i don’t have any, off to search for them.

  10. 19

    Marguerite said,

    Gorgeous sunset and sounds like a fantastic way to end the day.

  11. 21

    Sipping a cocktail on the terrace, while watching the sun go down, sounds like pure bliss.

  12. 23

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