Twenty Word Wednesday – The Cotswolds Revisited

Tolkien Church

A church in Moreton-in-Marsh.

chocolatey house 1

Roaming through the village.

chocolatey house

I would have loved to peek inside.

Happy Hump Day!

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58 thoughts on “Twenty Word Wednesday – The Cotswolds Revisited

  1. Susie, that last pic looks like the B & B where hubby and I stayed in Stow-on-the-Wold. It was the perfect setting for sight seeing around Oxford and Warwickshire. And of course Strafford-upon-Avon. You know. A real famous bloke lived there. Darn, what was his name? William…. 🙂


  2. You don’t have to wish that you can look into the row of houses. I’ve been following you and your writing shows me that your mind has a key to every door.


      • It’s a photo of an amazing church. There were parishioners inside getting ready for mass. It was very unadorned compared to most churches we visited, but that back door was a surprise! It was late in the day and the lighting was very tricky.
        I’ll check out the book. By the way, thanks for the breast cancer link on Linked In. I didn’t know how to respond to you on my iPad.
        Thanks Ted!


  3. Absolutely gorgeous pics, Susie. Convinces me that I do really need to see England (but Ireland first). The flowers at the top of your page ARE from your garden, right ??? 🙂


  4. Such great memories of the Cotswolds! I went there for the first time last spring, and was lucky enough to meet one of their most famous residents. []


  5. I loved my visit to the Cotswolds 6 or 7 years ago. The villages are so… quaint. Isn’t that the best way to describe them? I remember walking from village to village through people’s yards (permissible, believe it or not!) Like walking through a storybook.


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