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Thursday, October 01, 2015

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Diana Birchall

This is one of your posts I have enjoyed the very most. It almost sings, from that green road that looks like it's leading to Robin Hood Forest, to the wonderful Box Bed! Children, nothing, I want to get in there! I'm so glad I'll see you next week and can ask more about it.

Diana Birchall

This is one of your posts I have enjoyed the very most. It almost sings, from that green road that looks like it's leading to Robin Hood Forest, to the wonderful Box Bed! Children, nothing, I want to get in there! I'm so glad I'll see you next week and can ask more about it.

Sheila

How wonderful this is!
A glorious house, and I can almost smell that bees wax.
I'm just guessing, but I'll bet you visited the book shops at Hay on Wye?

Florence Degallaix - Milite

Merci, Merci, Merci ... vous me faites rêver. Les endroits que vous me faites découvrir sont ceux où j'aimerais me rendre. Bonne journée à vous. Florence

Thank you , thank you , thank you ... you make me dream . The places you discover me are where I would go . Good day to you. Florence


Liese Lotte

I´m glad I managed to refind your blog,and was also stunned on opening the page by the wonderful atmosphere in the photos of this place. I adore places like that, but I always wonder what it must be like to actually live in one of those without the amenities of effective heating.wifie, etc.? But it looks so beautiful and inviting !

Gracie

Wow, Roz, such an amazing place....God, how much I want to go back to England, I miss so much those kind of places! If you're instead willing to taste a bit of Italy you're more than welcome! https://gracieplace.wordpress.com/

WOL

A new subscriber here from Texas. I suspect we would have at least one thing in common: a love of history. My 91-year-old mother and I recently had the opportunity to spend the night in a historic house, albeit one that pales in comparison with this one, seeing as how it was only built in 1895. However, it was the house my mother's mother was born in, which brought its brief history down to a very personal level. The first of three posts about it is here: https://theowlunderground.wordpress.com/2015/11/07/a-journey-in-space-and-time/

I've just run across your blog and am spending a quiet Sunday evening reading through previous posts, with a kitty snoozing on the foot rest of the recliner, tucked warmly between my knees.

Lois

How incredible!

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