Open fields. I love the open country part of it. Especially on a beautiful day. Just doing out there and drawing a scene or writing something.. or just relaxing. It's awesome.
"I have a habit of falling in love with souls who have yet to be at peace with their bodies, their minds, their weaknesses. I try to build them, to find the parts of them that are missing in me.
I end up with holes in my chest."
Leisure Centre (pool) It's a cool hangout spot as well as my job :p
Cultus Lake 20 minute drive from my house.
Little Mountain A really small mountain a few minutes away. There's lots of forest with trails and caves in it which is fun to explore. Or if you go up the residential side, it's fun to ride bikes down.
The Park Just a park on my street with trails and ponds and stuff.
I love Borders. Here at Boston, they have one of the largest Borders I've ever seen. It's the greatest place to be during a rainy weekend (it can be a hassle just going to Downtown Crossing when it's already raining. I prefer it starts raining once I'm inside). I just love reading the comics, magazines, sipping the cold coffee (and I'm not much of a coffee drinker), listening to music,...it's just a very relaxing place (and not once have I been asked "Can I help you sir?". I love that aspect). It's a huge up-to-date library.
If we had a proper fishing pond that would be it. But ofcourse we don't live in the realms of The Legend of Zelda. So for me it would hsve to be the room at the end of my garden, it not quite a shed, it's kind of attached to the garage. I like to set up my wii and take a few mates with me where my sister cannot annoy me.
got ta love shikaino
i love this guy:
Originally Posted by Silver
Your grammar is horrendous. Attempting to read this scalded my retinas.
The Traintracks are fun to walk on. And sense they run just a bit west of the Movie theater I often walk on them to get there or get home.
I also like the bike trail that runs from east to west along the creek that flows through town. When I go to a pawnshop on the east part of town I usually follow the bike trail.
I also enjoy a spot outside my old Elementary School. There is a hill out back with five or so pinecone tree. When its warm out and I dont feel like being inside I often go there and just sit up on the hill enjoying the day.