Monday, June 18, 2012

Travels with a tree and a shed 3

I love it when invisible blog friends become real life visible touchable (in a good way) friends. Like these two.


This time we met in the (not quite) middle and wandered around Bath. God it's beautiful. Picture postcard stuff. If you haven't been, Go Go Go!
There was walking, lunch and lots of inspirational chat. Seems to be a lot of that going on at the moment. 

p.s. thank you for all your sweet comments on the father's day post. So glad you liked it. I enjoyed making it. x

9 comments:

  1. Bath looks gorgeous... it's an age since I've been there (OMG I think I was 20!) That last photo is very Brugge-ish too, isn't it? Glad you three had a great time :) Kx

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  2. hhahhaaa! Will always be known now as the women who went on about saltwaters? I hope not... I'm over them now, might sell em on! (NOT!) ;-) Loved seeing you both yesterday... I reckon it was the best meet yet.. I was thinking Oxford? The ashmolean http://www.ashmolean.org/ ?
    xxxx

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  3. We must go one day, I've only been once - it was late on the way back from Bristol. Looks beautiful.

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  4. Bath is lovely, haven't been for ages. Must go when I head back to Bristol one weekend x

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  5. It's so funny seeing yours, Lou's and Kerry's posts about Bath. I love living there and it truly is a beautiful place. I also know how lovely it is to make blog friends become real friends - I meet up with the gorgeous Nell from On The First Day of Marriage blog who also lives in Bath. I also just saw Lou's suggestion above about Oxford - I was there last week to meet my uni friend (and fellow blogger - myvintagevows.blogspot.com) and we pottered round the Ashmolean, with our baby boys screaming and pointing at all the sculptures. Mrs B x

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  6. Yes, I do sleep in them.

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  7. Ahhh,beautiful Bath - sounds like you had a gorgeous day and I can't believe you got to chill out on Fathers Day. I was covered in glue and paint! Love the Shed/Book/Tree thing too.

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  8. Loving Lou's shoes, been on the look out for a pair like this. Thanks for the name. x

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  9. Bath looks gorgeous. I miss that feel of history in architecture.Sigh. There's not much of that here in Vancouver...(it's ok though, we have bears in my neighborhood!)(TRUE FACT)Sigh.(laugh)
    Glad you had a good reveal-your-blog-friends-time:)
    xx

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