Line of people in Alcoutim

There was such joy on this international border as locals, politicians and visitors walked in a line together to celebrate their shared heritage.

As you may have read in my original post they were also looking ahead to a united future. I envy them with their connecting lines. Saturday’s parliamentary lines may have given some of us a moment of hope, however they didn’t resolve the divide. And the shenanigans which have followed have only added to the tension and done nothing to lessen the risks to our democracy and our European connections. Who knows where British lines are going to end up this month.

81 thoughts

  1. Is this that walk that can only happen so often because the water gets to high and you cant cross anymore? I remember a post that you did last year some time, that had something like that. Unless I am losing it, which is entirely possible.

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  2. This is a wonderful celebration of unity, of connection that is so needed today. There needs to be balance between our individuality and our oneness.
    My husband has gerry-rigged an Internet CONNECTION for me using the ethernet while we wait for a part (or a new laptop). Should I catch up on this post or going back to the 14th which is the first one I missed. Yikes, a whole week.

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    1. I agree on the balance 🙂

      and so pleased your husband has found a workaround for you. Have you decided what you are going to do – go forward to catch up?!


    1. and also stunning. Wonderful painting you have shared. Hopefully my comment will arrive on the original, but just in case the painter is Lita Cabellut

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      1. oh how odd . . I have left another comment to see if that appears. I do leave daily comments on all your lines&square posts, so hoping the others may have got through.

        So pleased though i decided to leave a comment here too, and loving how you have added it in to the post

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