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26 August 2007



can I say holy cow? - what a fabulous holiday and thank you for your detailed accounting - wow - Ms Tara!!!!!!!!!

xox - eb.


Welcome home Tara!! I've so missed reading your interesting posts! It sounds like you've had a wonderful holiday, and I can't wait to see more of your photos!! Those black and white photos are stunning!!!
Bet you visited places in the U.K. that I've never been to-shame on me!!xx


Wow, incredible pictures, priceless!


Welcome back, Tara! Can't wait to hear more of your travels. Hope you can find time to catch your breath - my goodness, you've barely gotten home, and now you have guests - I don't know how you do it all! Take care of you~xo

My Melange

Welcome home :)


Welcome back! You have been sorely missed in my morning tea time that I almost overslept a couple of times

Smile ...


I'm so glad you're back.. and more hosting - LOL!!! I hope someday we can come visit.

I love old luggage. I would love to have a stack of it.. that and old hatboxes. sigh.


Welcome home Tara!! It will be SO MUCH FUN to read your notes, and see the photos your adventures, especially the ones Di!


Welcome home Tara, glad you had a wonderful if exhausting time.


Welcome home traveler! I'm sure there are many delightful posts and delicious photos to follow.


hope you enjoyed a beautiful holiday, tara! looking forward reading your stories. have a great start of the week.
the suitcases look as if they are waiting for the orient express!


Welcome back! Sounds like a lovely time, and I can't wait to read and see all about it :)


Welcome home! Love the trunk photos.


Welcome back, I look forward to your reading your stories and seeing your photographs!
:) Hope that you are well.


You were missed!


Welcome home! My blog life did not feel the same without you in it. I MISSED you! I can't wait to read about your adventure. ;)


Lisa Oceandreamer S

Welcome Back Tara! I will be anxious to hear about and see photos of your trip to England!
That must have a been a bit of a let down to find the shop shut(I like that word instead of closed).But how lovely to visit with a blogger friend anyway. And more visitors? OH how I'd love to stroll a Brocante with you!


Welcome BACK Tara. Looking forward to reading all the news.


mmmm...i am in love with old suit cases. these are such great photos!


So glad you had a good time my dear. Welcome home. xo

Merisi's Vienna

Welcome back!
Lovely luggage you got (don't envy the laundry though *g*).
I always have to travel with extra batteries and my little Swedish Ordning pencil case full of no. 2 pencils and a fountain pen, pencil sharpener included. Can't wait to read about your travels.
Have a great week! :-)


Okaeri nasai (as they say in Japan) or Welcome back (as we say in England)! Glad you had a good time on this jolly olde island, apologies about the weather! Can't wait to see the photos!


Welcome back! Looks fantastic. i too have been away and looking at art and antiques :o)

Mountain Dweller

Welcome back. Look forward to hearing about your travels in Old Blighty.

Gillian @ Indigo Blue

Welcome back Tara! I read about your shop being closed, that sucks, for lack of a better word. I am sorry you didn't get to go in. But, am happy you spent time with your blog friend, and will be able to see her again in September. Have fun with your Canadian friends, hopefully one day those Canadian friends will be my husband and I visiting you!

Philip Robinson

Luggage that looks like it has tales to tell. If only. . .

There was a time when people traveled in style with luggage that porters and red caps carried the luggage.

Farfallina... a roam to Rome

Welcome back!

Look forward to Monday's stories and pictures :)


How lovely to have you back Tara. I'm off on leave on Thursday, passing through wet London on my way to a hopefully more sunny Portugal.

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