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Very nice. And I love the stately trees - they've witnessed a lot through the years, haven't they?Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/04/worlds-best-meatloaf-recipe-wordful.html
What an enjoyable tour.Worth a Thousand Words
All lovely shots ~ so scenic and historical ~ love the birdhouse~Happy Week to you ~ ^_^
What a lovely place! Love that birdhouse!
Such a fine looking place and environment. Greetings!
Beautiful area and enjoyed your lovely photos. A clever way of recycling old doors.
Hi Betsy, what a wonderful tree! It's HUGE! I like the house too, and the layout of the garden with the rock paths. I'm always looking for ideas for my backyard, that don't require even more mulch! Thanks for sharing your outing with us!
Me too Gina , tired of mulching. Simple pathways with aromatic herbs are what I like.
Great post, Betsy! I absolutely love the look of that tavern; it has the look of old English, as well as colonial/early American. I'd love to visit sometime. Can you go inside? The herb gardens are charming, and that arbor is wonderful -- such a clever idea.Thanks for sharing with us and have a great weekend!Hugs,Denise at Forest Manor
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