Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Morning Dew Tea

Happy Tea on Tuesday!

While on our anniversary trip,
we stayed at El Rocio B&B
which means
The Morning Dew.

Lovely place down in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas.
Warm weather, and just a short drive south.
I enjoyed some green tea while there,
and took it on my morning walk,
along with a fresh picked orange.

We saw birds of many kinds,
and they love the citrus as much as we do.
Here is a kiskadee enjoying his breakfast,
and to the right
you can see a clay colored robin.
I also saw a chachalaca and paraque,
which are now added to my birding life list.

I walked a labyrinth on the property.
It is said that walking a labyrinth is a right brained task,
that involves intuition, creativity and imagery.

Our cottage, Casa Jardin,
had nice touches like this hand made quilt.

Loved this unique woodpecker door knocker.

Then we saw the little hobbit type meditation room.

Below shows a bit of the green, lush gardens outside our door.
Love the colors of the stucco walls too.
The rusted metal 'spirit lady'
that says
'Live in the Light'
was one of my favorite pieces
of garden art they had on the grounds.
Visit Kimmie for more tea posts.
You never know what you will find there.
Kimmie has lots of unique things in her Etsy shop too.

Savor the Day!
Yvonne

14 comments:

ooglebloops said...

What a wonder-full place!! Love your teacup, the hobbit house, and that tulip quilt!!!!!
Drop by for tea, if you get a chance!!

T's Daily Treasures said...

Hi Yvonne, that looks like such a wonderful place to visit. I remember when you posted before about the labyrinth. It's nice to stay in a place that has touches of "home" in its surroundings. Those oranges laid out on the branch for the birds are so cool. Hope your day is great. Tammy

Bea said...

Well, I love that teacup for one thing. Just my colors. What a cool place to stay and that little meditation hut is wonderful. Don't you love it when you find a special spot like that to stay?
I'm having my tea watching the snow fall and blow around. :)Bea

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

This is a GLORIOUS post. Thank you for sharing it with us today. I adored the birds eating the oranges and the rusty garden art. Now if only I could sew that well! Happy
Tea Tuesday, dear.

Barbara said...

I love the little Hobbit meditation room, would love to visit that especially. Thanks for the photos!

Nathalie Thompson said...

What a fun post! Thanks for taking us along (I don't get out much, so REALLY appreciate the escape!)

kimmie said...

That looks like such a cool place! I love the oranges all line up for bird breakfast! That yellow bird is beautiful! I'm so glad you were able to have a little get away like that - it looks like it was fun and good for the soul too :)

Lorraine said...

love the colours on that mug

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

You have had a great adventure!!! I did look up this little bird...I had not even heard of it! Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Whytefeather said...

That sounds like a wonderful trip and the grounds are just beautiful. Love the little hobbit house for meditation, how peaceful! Thank you for sharing :)

*jean* said...

what a wonderful adventure! i have yet to walk a labyrinth...how does one find them?

Magpie's Mumblings said...

I'd love to visit the hobbit house - it looks like a wonderful place.

Amy S said...

Looks like a very neat place. Glad you and daddy had a good time. I love you both very much.

Halle said...

I missed tea this week. So cool that you keep find labyrinth's. The hobbit hovel is pretty cool as well and I'm not even a big fan of the books or movies. :)