Monday, June 15, 2015

A whirlwind tour of Devon. . . . . . . .




Wow, what a busy few days we've enjoyed already! The time is flying by much 
too quickly and I have little time to attend to my blog. . . . . . sorry.  I will be back here 
to share my lovely hometown soon. Places such as my 'local', the pub named the 
Devon Dumpling in the village where I grew up, the cottages, the very same railing 
where I did somersaults as a child. All this and more I'm sharing with Jasmin who 
is enjoying this whirlwind tour as we cram in as much as possible. The weather is 
being so kind to us - and all is going well following a few glitches at the start!  
More later.

17 comments:

  1. It looks beautiful and sounds like so much fun! Enjoy!

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  2. It has been far too long since I lasted visited Devon ... It's calling me back! Enjoy.

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  3. I want to be there too !!!!
    Can't wait to hear all about Everything ... when you get back .. to real life again :)

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  4. Fun!! And Jasmin gets to see your old stomping ground! Love it!

    Safe travels and looking forward to more!

    Love to all,

    Jane x

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  5. Looking forward to seeing more pictures of your visit to Devon. I've just got back home to France after a similar whirlwind visit to see friends in Dartmouth where we lived for 17yrs.

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  6. Well, I have some double Devon clotted cream in the fridge waiting for the perfect scone. Does that count?

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  7. So thrilling for your grand-daughter to get to go back there with you! I bet she is loving it! What a great graduation trip! Love the photos! Devon is absolutely lovely! You look like you are all having a wonderful time! Oh those thatched cottages!!!! sigh

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  8. I'm happy that you are having a fabulous time Mary and look forward to seeing your photos and hearing all about it. Enjoy!!
    xx Pam

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  9. Oh, so beautiful, Mary! I have a soft spot in my heart for England, as dear friends of mine live there (Bristol) and I haven't seen them in 9 years when they came here. I was there visiting them 15 years ago and fell in love with your home country. How I long to go back again! Hopefully, someday soon. Your granddaughter is so pretty. :-)

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  10. Can't wait to see photos of the beautiful England....

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  11. Have a good time Mary!

    Madelief x

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  12. Wow, this is a pretty place! Have fun.
    Amalia
    xo

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  13. As Dorothy said "there's no place like home", looks like you're all enjoying the trip. Looking forward to seeing more soon.

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  14. How delightful that you are able to visit with your grand-daughter and share your childhood memories with her - what a special time for you both. Look forward to seeing all your photos in due course.

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  15. Devon is truly a gem among gem. Lovely photos. What a trip! Glad to read of it. Safe journeys back home soon.

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