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Monday, July 31, 2017

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Lisa at Greenbow

What a beautiful set of photos. Makes me curious about your vacation. I hope you have more to share.

Linda Brazill

Definitely sharing more this coming week.

Peter/Outlaw

Thanks for the link as I very much enjoyed reading about the history of the island. I hope you found your time there relaxing and enjoyable; it looks like a fabulous retreat from the bustle of the world. Great shots. Looking forward to seeing and hearing more!

Linda Brazill

They don't build 'em like that anymore. A great place and more pix coming.

Susie

Looks like a fascinating place to spend time. Can never go wrong with hydrangeas. The bicycle basket is a great idea.

Cathy

Finding wi-fi when you are away can be a problem when you are trying to keep up with your blog! Good to have these baskets and vases brightening up your stay - and the gargoyle gutters are amazing! Thanks for sharing

Kris P

Pretty as the hydrangea/rose composition was, I really fell for the fern in the bicycle basket - so fresh! Welcome home. I hope you're refreshed after a night's sleep.

Eliza Waters

Sounds like you had a wonderful vacation amid lots of beauty. Nothing like a getaway to rejuvenate!

Beth @ PlantPostings

Sounds like a dreamy vacation. Great creativity with the arrangements. I'll look forward to reading/seeing more!

Jenny

Looks like a beautiful place to stay. I'm always on the lookout for a bicycle like that one. As to those wooden gutters. A work of art. Look forward to seeing your own garden is back in the picture next week.

Noelle

When a venue is enhanced with fresh plants and flowers its shouts out that it really cares!

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