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Friday, September 02, 2011

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Margaret Lambert

It's just right, and I hope it stays that way. I could wax poetic, but I just hope it remains real, and doesn't get overrun with intrusions or become a sort of living history museum.

Carol

Thanks so much, Roz for sharing your pictures with us! Seeing these village scenes on your blog are pure eye candy.

Your upcoming workshop sounds interesting.

Gracie

Longing to come back soon....

LindaB

Roz, I have said this before, but your pictures afford me a visual "vacation" that is food for the soul! So nice to see the villages I love to read about still exist - reminds me of Miss Read's world! Thanks again and please keep on taking pictures: some days (like today - craziness of the first day of school) I really need it!!

Darla

I'd love to have cause to go to the village occasionally myself. Meanwhile your lovely photo's will have to suffice.

Darla

Sara

Well, I'm really basking in all the English village loveliness here on your blog. Catching up, as I have not visited in a while. Thank you, again, for sharing all this with the rest of us.

tom blair

Really enjoy your blog. I'm from America - Pennsylvania. We visited England last Summer and had a wonderful time - love the pictures of the thatched roof homes.

When I see your pics I am at peace - just knowing that my ancestral homeland still exists.

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