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May 05, 2012


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that looks like a very nice neighbourhood

Lyn Z... Isle of Long, NY

Totally not one to envy - having learned to find Joy
where I Am, and not wanting or feeling envy...... THAT said: I must say HOW Joyfully GOOD your little corner of the world is!!!!! Such a Blessing that I AM able to share those wonderful vignettes via your lovely and crisp photos!!
The boats and canal make my heart sing as does your wonderful way with words and your deep appreciation for where You are and what you have in your Life... SO NO I do not envy but rather share and pretend to live vicariously through You....
Your blog makes me so happy!!! And gladdens my heart on even the darkest and most dreary of days..... ( though I must admit I do so love the rain especially when just waking or falling asleep to its soft or even thunderous patter!


Lovely photo's, Lucy. I love canals - amazing when you think they were built over 200 years ago and they worked out all that engineering without the tools they have today! I work besides a canal which is undergoing restoration so no boats, but lots of reflections to take photo's of..... not that mine are a patch on yours. And that cherry blossom is gorgeous. Jude.x


Oh, you're making me miss Europe so much! We recently moved from Germany to Kansas, and I do so miss the Old World charm. My daily walks with the dog just aren't the same.


What gorgeous pictures! It has been pouring with rain all day here...


Blue Skies! Huzzah! We had them just about in Norfolk today too. Those Boats look superb. Thanks for sharing your pictures.


I love your town. Thank you so much for your pictures! It may sound strange, but I love British streets with houses looking so very much alike ... We don't have this in Germany, or at least, the houses are NOT worth looking at. ;-)

Have a lovely day. :)


Most wonderful and lots and lots to see. Thank you for showing us your lovely day xxx


Divine! Thank you for sharing. x


A beautiful post. The pictures are so cheering. Wonderful to appreciate where you live. I don't think I could ever move from my home.

Have a lovely weekend x


Oups! Your neighbourhood!


Following you walking around your neibourhood, I really enjoyed the cherry blossom, the iced leaf, the cold bright blue sky in the morning, the streets asleep and empty, the colourful flags and boats. Thanks for the fresh air, I really enjoyed your pictures and post. See you soon!

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