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A young woman stands at the gate to an English cottage garden. Description from fromoldbooks.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

A young woman stands at the gate to an English cottage garden. Description from fromoldbooks.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

How To Fill Gaps In Wide Plank Flooring - video tutorial - This Old House.

How to Fill Gaps In a Wide-Plank Wood Floor

Muted colors A neutral color palette punctuated by subdued greens, sunny yellows, faded pinks, and watery blues and grays draws inspiration from nature and underlines the bucolic atmosphere.

11 Classic Decor Elements Every English Country Home Should Have

Muted colors A neutral color palette punctuated by subdued greens, sunny yellows, faded pinks, and watery blues and grays draws inspiration from nature and underlines the bucolic atmosphere.

At the end of the Causeway In Horsham is this beautiful old cottage with St. Marys Church just beyond.  photo by Alan Fife

At the end of the Causeway In Horsham is this beautiful old cottage with St. Marys Church just beyond. photo by Alan Fife

Fantasy Land- Does the beautiful setting mean a good fantasy, or is it a lure like in Hansel and Gretel?

Fantasy Land- Does the beautiful setting mean a good fantasy, or is it a lure like in Hansel and Gretel?

Cotswolds - beautiful thatched cottage in Chipping Campden. Wish we'd had this sunshine when we were here.

Six things you must do in... The Cotswolds

Cotswolds - beautiful thatched cottage in Chipping Campden. Wish we'd had this sunshine when we were here.

The Howgill Fells are hills in Northern England between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, lying roughly in between the vertices of a triangle made by the towns of Sedbergh, Kirkby Stephen and Tebay. The name Howgill derives from the Old Norse word haugr meaning a hill or barrow, plus gil meaning a narrow valley.

The Howgill Fells are hills in Northern England between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, lying roughly in between the vertices of a triangle made by the towns of Sedbergh, Kirkby Stephen and Tebay. The name Howgill derives from the Old Norse word haugr meaning a hill or barrow, plus gil meaning a narrow valley.

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