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April 18, 2006

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Cheryl

That little lamb is just painfully cute!

atu

such pretty countryside and best at this time of year (i,e, before it gets full of bugs!)

Sue

What wonderful pictures! Love the little lambie peeping out from behind the post, so, so cute!

caroline

LOL, you beat me to the lambie-kins pictures...just you wait, though, I've got black-faced Leicester lambie-kins with satanic glow-in-the-dark eyes, muah-ha-ha-ha-ha...
but seriously, glad you had such a good time. Now I'm hooked on Southern England and must go back to explore Somerset as well as Cornwall.
hugs.

Krista

Oh, I just love England! One day I plan on spending some time over there. The topography is just amazing.

Chris

My Easter was nowhere near as cute! Hee hee - you have your family well trained, don't you?!

Tracy

I wish I'd been walking instead of inhaling paint fumes! It's lovely to see all the lambs again. I bet that water was absolutely freezing at this time of year. Was it a fruitful trip?

kris

awww! did you bring the little lamb home with you?

beautiful scenery and lovely pictures.

jacqueline

awwwwwwww..........lambs!

hey, kiwi girl aren't you just thinking barbie??

dawn

aah, you frightened him! He thought he was hiding!
You know your children are enjoying the scenery if they want their b'day party there!

Marie

Beautiful scenery! I really must start saving for a trip to England one of these days. The lambs are adorble! I'm glad you decided to take pictures of them. :)

irishmama

Beautiful scenery, I live in the desert now. Born in London, and lived in Ireland for 25 years and how I miss the countryside. Also miss shopping in London

Jade

I'm not sure 'cute' covers it! What a wonderful photo!

Brigid

Easter rather quiet but we've just had a brood of male cousins (14, 10, 8) to stay which was fun!

ck

What a beautiful place! Aren't you glad you too the pictures now???

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