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« The birthday girl, far away | Main | Ho ho ho! Merry Christmas! »

21 December 2013



I love it all! Like you, I raised an eyebrow on the cotton bolls but then decided I liked it! What gorgeous photos as always! Happy holidays yo you and yours!


Oh, Tara, Edam reminds me of our time there and that wonderful, marvelous bridge! One of my favorite photos came from Edam. How lovely it is for the season with the delightful bikes and simply beautiful decorations. And I know you enjoyed that wonderful cheese! You know, we can find Beemster here now. It's probably the "ship-it-out" version versus what you get, but still, it's delicious and a marvelous reminder of our time with you.

Wishing you the merriest!


Marilyn is right about the white bicycles here in Portland, but after seeing these ones I could only wish we could celebrate the lives of those who met their fate while riding instead of remembering their death. Yet again the white ones may be a timely reminder to those who drive and those who ride a bicycle.

I just love these, there is whimsy and creativity and charm and all of those things that have the ability to bring a smile. So thank you dear Tara for this, and for all the other smiles you have brought to me when I truly needed them. Much love, and I wish all kind of wonderful things to happen to you and David in the coming year, Joyeux Noël et Bonne Année!


Oh I want to go here if I ever get there again. Very pretty.
Wondering why the bicycles are left there? In Portland when a bicycle is left in a particular spot it is because someone was hit and killed on their bike. They paint them white for ghost bikes and sometimes decorate with plastic flowers.

Mary H.

Magical. I want to be anywhere in one of your photos, Tara!

Sheris White

Beautiful photos!

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