Sunday Outing.

The Pune Rajgopauls took a drive up the Sahayadri Range to Lavasa to acclimatise the latest addition to the family, Chutki to long car drives.

lavasa lunch

The photograph is courtesy a waiter who obliged us while we were tucking into some delicious lunch. You can click on the photograph to enlarge it.
ranj and self lavasa
This photograph was taken by Manjiree.

It was a bright and sunny day and coming as it did following the coldest night yet this winter, it was a great outing.

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23 Responses to Sunday Outing.

  1. tammyj says:

    i love these!
    look at the intense way chutki is looking at you in that last picture!
    yup. you are hers.
    but i thought her name was pinka! did i miss something?
    and tell manjiree i LOVE her hair!
    this is cool rummy. very cool. you have a neat life!
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  2. shackman says:

    Either you spilled something or tammy is correct –

    • Both. I did have a couple of spots of sauce on my shirt. I had some amazing spaghetti with sauce and vegetables but the price I had to pay for eating with a fork was the spill!

  3. Grannymar says:

    You wimp! Sitting outdoors in a shirt for a winter lunch and you call that cold!!!!!! 😉 I was driven out for lunch too, It was grey, wet and very windy, I have a large bruise on my shin where the door blew back and hit me while trying to get out of the car. My walk-in bed – a coat filled with down and feathers kept the life in me. Tonight we are forecast 3°C, rain wind and a possibility of snow. Will I post you some real weather?????

    PS. Great photos. Manjiree has certainly brought sunshine to your lives.
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    • Cathy in NZ says:

      Grannymar, we have been getting up to direct sun and heat for a couple of days…it hardly lets up! A little breeze coming in the upstairs windows but mainly it’s just “heat” – thundery in the afternoon followed by heavy black clouds – then nothing not a drop!! Humidity not too bad IMHO…but sun, lots…
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    • It was not cold there Grannymar. We have a peculiar winter. The night temperature was 6.8 C and it lasted well into the morning. It climbed up to a crisp 28 C by the time we sat down for lunch. I have also been having my share of disasters with the cold and the pup around!

  4. Nice! Looks like a lovely outing.
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  5. Delirious says:

    I haven’t been reading enough of your posts lately. I didn’t know you got dog! Awesome! I’m missing mine.
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  6. Cathy in NZ says:

    Having seen you and family on facebook, these two photographs are completely different in your facial expression – a great incite in to you as person…not forced, just a face we know through your words…
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  7. Great pictures! Especially of the grandpuppy. 🙂
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  8. Keith says:

    Great pictures, you are looking good my friend.

  9. wisewebwoman says:

    Every time I see one of your family snaps I want to sit down and join you and taste the yummy food, play with the dog and converse with you all for a few hours.
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  10. Maria says:

    It takes a while to ‘get’ the Indian winter. Cold nights and unusual days. We can have sunny enjoyable days and cold, grey days too. But the nights are always bone chilling. Of course you can’t tell from the photo…….
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