Dozza, hills, and red–

IMG_5911IMG_5909 IMG_5908IMG_5930We’re just toolin’ around over here in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy seeing what we can see.  We particularly like a town called Dozza because it is full of golden rolling hills with hay growing, grasses growing, breezes blowing, and the sun shining down on us all day long.  Every now and then we stop for a well-dressed totally tricked-out bottle of red. . .a bowl or two of pasta. . .a chit-chat with restaurant proprietors. . .mmm, aaaah!  Feeling so alive and at ease and contented we move on in search of more of the same.  No mission other than the continued enjoyment of the passage of time with a little beauty and deliciousness thrown in here and there.

I send you settled vibes from Dozza. . .feel them. . .they are just about all you need.

To see more magical images from around planet Earth simply click on a location of your choice in the category menu on the ‘About’ page of this blog. . .do it. . .so much to see and soooo little time.

It’s lovely out there.

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4 thoughts on “Dozza, hills, and red–

    • Yes, you will love Dozza whenever you go. Fun little town to walk around in. . .lots of wall paintings depicting mythological creatures drinking water out of faucets, these symbolize the relationship the town has with the surrounding hills and towns in the hills–I guess they have had difficult times in the past with water being off, then on, then off, etc. Be sure to have dinner in a restaurant called La Scuderia. . .really good food, extremely reasonable prices, and fabulous people. Saluti!

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