Lurene and I spend a lot of time at the train window.
This would be a typical pose for both of us, for most of the day.
Between snapping and deleting pictures, we barely have time to look at the scenery.
God's Providence is Mine Inheritance.
That is what is written at the bottom of this window on this half-timbered house, a style of housing that is common in Ghent and beautifully illustrated along its main square.
I also enjoyed look at the wooden sculptural decoration on the windows.
I try to image what I will put beside my windows to imitate this kind of decoration.
Ghent has the most famous clock in England, outside of Big Ben, in London, that is.
Wyona, Lurene and I broke up our group travel at this point. I wanted to take more pictures of the clock. Wyona wanted to buy some food at Marks and Spencers. Lurene needed a rest break. We agreed to meet at the bus stop at 2:15 to take the express back to the train station.
I didn't like Wyona carrying both suitcases and a big bag so I hurried to catch her at the grocery store.
Lurene didn't like the same thing either, and she hurried to catch Wyona at the grocery store.
Though we found each other, we could not find Wyona.
After 2 runs through 2 different Marks and Spencers, looking for her, and not beiong able to fiond her, we finally stationed each other as sentinels on different street corners where we could scan
the crowds for her.
She arrived, 30 seconds ahead of time, in time to catch the but, but that we too much anxiety for Lurene and me. We have decided to never let a woman dragging a 2 suitcases and a bag get out of our sight so that she can fill another huge bag with grociers for her loved ones.