Friday, 4 July 2014

The View from Inside.

The view from the Private Room in the Private Hospital where my dad is....even though he can't see the view, I can and took the photos from inside the room through the window. 
It's the view over looking part of Launceston, Tasmania.

St. Lukes was founded in 1900.




That building is called, Barclay House and is part of the Hospital. Part of below too.




A house across the road. It's an older area of Launceston and the houses vary from rather large to small.  I hope to get more photos of the houses soon.

24 comments:

  1. Oh M it is a beautiful view and it is important for you to see it, you can share what you see with your Dad, he would love that. It is a nice place. I am sending you all my hugs and prayers my friend. xox Hug G

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    1. I printed out the photos and put up to dads eyes real close, he said he could see shadows :)
      Hugs M xx

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  2. It's great idea what types of house you have. In my opinion houses are lovely and different from houses in my country. But I am jealous of greenery which you have all year round. Your place is a paradise for me. Yesterday I read on the Internet about Tasmania beautiful place to live. ...

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    1. That is wonderful you took the time to find Tasmania on the Internet :) It is indeed a lovely Island, and hopefully one day you might get to visit.

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  3. Hello,

    Well, it is a very fine view indeed. So good to have the pictures and to share them with your father so that he can share with you the scenes beyond the window.

    The architecture of the houses looks to be most intriguing.

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    1. Hello Lance & Jane,
      The houses are very different to what I have seen in other parts of the world via the Internet.
      Regards,
      Margaret

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  4. Lovely view and the houses are wonderful!

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    1. It's different and it's good to have such a nice outlook.

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  5. I do hope that your father is comfortable Margaret - the views from his window are lovely especially the first one showing the dramatic skies. Keep safe I am thinking about you and your father.

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    1. Thank you Rosemary. Dad is doing ok I expect. About every 3 days he becomes a little more weaker, but still can converse well.
      Wonderful views. I always like to see the sky with clouds if possible.
      Regards,
      Margaret

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  6. It doesn't look like a hospital outside, and the view is so pretty with the mountains in the distance.

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    1. I should take a photo of the outside of it, it's different.

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  7. Looks like a very small hospital, hope your dad recovers soon.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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    1. It is a small hospital Filip & Kristel...and thanks.
      Regards,
      Margaret

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  8. hi M, it looks like a lovely view. tell your dad he is in my prayers

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  9. That is a great view from the hospital. Shame your Dad cannot see it. The old houses are lovely.

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    1. Yes, a pity he can't see it, but never mind that is the way it is :)

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  10. looks much different from any hospital area around here

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    1. I will have to take a photo of the front of the hospital but I can imagine it looks very different to American Hospitals.

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  11. It is nice to see the area where you are. I would describe the views of what I could see with my mother. Toward the end of her life, she began to describe TO ME what I believe to be glimpses of Heaven.

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  12. Oh how lovely regarding your mum & her description would have been awesome, I presume :)

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  13. Just lovely. Please know you and your father are still in my prayers.

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