Tuesday, November 14, 2006

AND A FEW MORE COTTAGES....









7 comments:

Anonymous said...

hello again!
Hope all is well.
Lovely to be home after a holiday isn't it?

Dx

Anonymous said...

I've just scrolled down and realized there are more. They are precious, I wonder how many homes built today will be around in 300 years? I also meant to say earlier, I like the photo of you at the top of the post. You always look so happy.

It's a FLIP-FLOP World said...

What a lot of cottages. All about look the same too!! Thanks for sharing so that we here in the states can see your lovely homes. Sandy

Annabelle said...

I love the leaded glass window one. They are beautiful and sooo romantic! Thanks for sharing Marion.

Annabelle ~^..^~ xo

Tea & Margaritas in My Garden said...

Wonderful cottages Marion. And best of all, I love that you`re in your pictures because it makes it all so much more cozy and inviting to come and visit your lovely blog :)

tea
xo

Anonymous said...

These are so enchanting, thanks for such a wonderful tour through your pictures.

Anita said...

Thanks a lot Marion for taking us with you on your "cottage tour". So far, I have just been a silent reader of your blog but now, I ~ M U S T ~ leave a comment: Those cottages are absolutely gorgeous, I love that style very much.

We live on the countryside as well. When Carol and Maria renamed their blogs I decided to give a new name to my blog as well. "Cottage" is one of my favourite English words, (please feel free to come along at any time)!

By the way, did you as well have the chance to admire the gardens that are - for sure - part of the cottages on your way?