How charming! Wish I could live there :)
That is such a beautiful place, I love the photos. The old car and the horses just add so much to the charm.Thanks for sharing,Judy
Hmmm I can imagine myself walking in the park wearing those old fashioned gown while holding a feathered fan on a warm bright day. Listening to the clip clopping of horse drawn carriages and seated on the benches on the sidewalk...how lovely:)AL
Beautiful place! I love the stone house with the ivy. Thanks for sharing.
Wow looks like a really beautiful place. I will have to keep that in mind if we go to lower Michigan. By the way stop by my blog I have an award for ya! I hope you had a good weekend.
Very lovely photos. I am cooking today - with love, for Father's Day. Getting ready to clean the mussels for the appetizer (served with garlic, olive oil and basil on the half-shell). And oh, yes - heat the oven for baking the lasagna. I have a nice antipasto salad and a great dessert planned...so it should be good. Ciao for now and thanks for the award! I will come by again because I also like to cook and enjoy blogs about cooking. Your blog looks very interesting!
Cynthia is also Honeygo Beasley!
love the pics! that's a pace of life that i could definitely get used to :-)
Great photos! What a beautiful place!
Love the photos! They all look so peaceful. What a beautiful place!
What a beautiful place! Wish I could visit a place like this someday too.. ;-)
That place is a beauty! Lovely house and a lake! wow!
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