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13 April 2013

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Tara Bradford

Natalie I agree - the flashmob was so clever. You'll have to come see the renovated Rijksmuseum for yourself. Meanwhile, I'm enthralled by your adventures in Peru!

Tara Bradford

Hi Vicki, that's one of the best things about travel, isn't it? I love to observe how other people live.

Tara Bradford

Jeanie, you're right - we will take any signs of the sea or spring these days, after this endless winter! We had a day of sunshine, but today the rain, grey and cold has returned. As for Gabrielle, her home is infused with personality and beauty.

Tara Bradford

Helen, it's very rare to find an antique glass dome in that particular shape. Gabrielle has an eye for wonderful things.

Tara Bradford

Marilyn, thank you! Gabrielle has created a truly beautiful home.

Marilyn

I can only imagine how beautiful the rest of her home must be. How fun to get to photograph it for a magazine. Enjoy! and then let us know more. Love the coral gift you gave her.

Jeanie Croope

So beautiful, Tara. It makes me feel so light -- that we are at the sea. I need the sea these days. I bet it will be a fabulous article - I hope you share the link when it is published!

Helen

Quite wonderful, especially the glass dome!

Vicki in Michigan

What a fun place to visit. I love looking at other people's homes. We just stayed in an agritourismo in Italy where there were collections everywhere. Cacti and succulents outside, inside old shoe lasts, walking sticks, blue&white plates, dried bouquets, etc, etc, etc. Very fun to walk around admiring details......

Natalie

Brilliant, absolutely brilliant. Oh, and I loved the Rijksmuseum flashmob. How fun was that?!

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