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Wow. LOOK at that wagon -- that's fantastic. Your photos are absolutely gorgeous Suse. It looks like the perfect holiday!
My idea of perfection. Shall be quizzing you further if I don't book before that.PS. Girl With a Pearl Earring = TOPS!
Looks heavenly! And great photos as always. Hoping you feel very relaxed.
Oh , how perfect !
What a great way to spend a few days.
Can this be real? Oh, it is? Lucky, lucky you.....
That looks sooo hard to take. Jealous mutterings are heard.
Have shown the twins your photos and they're all for it. Have shown Mr5&2 your photos and he's...maybe. It could be Clare, Ally and I on the horse drawn holiday.Great photos. Was the Mister wearing a hand-knitted-by-you jumper? Enjoyed the pic. of the dog gnawing on a bone, and campfire photos.
This just looks so idyllic. And that horse has such kind eyes...
Now that looks like my kind of holiday, sooooooooo envious! Super pics :D
oh my xoxo
Wow, so beautifully slow, you must feel so relaxed and whole again. Love all your photos xox
What a COOL holiday! I want to move to Australia and potter around in a horse-drawn caravan now.
That looks like a very sweet caravan.I think the only thing I ever liked about camping was sitting around the fire. Looks like a fair amount of that was done too.
Very original holiday. And look at your 'boys' around the fire, all very long-legged. They have grown!
That looks as much fun as our narrowboat holiday. If I show this to my family, .....
That looks so amazing. My daughter and I just finished reading one of my childhood favorites, about a little girl who is half gypsy. One of the villagers makes her her own gypsy caravan and we'd be talking about how fantastic it would be to have one. You must have had a fantastic time!
Beautiful, beautiful photos.Love the one of the horse at the drinking hole.
Wow. wow, wow! What a magical holiday. Great idea! I've bookmarked this in the hope that one day we'll try that holiday. Thanks for sharing.
Tick.V.G.Gold star.An excellent report.Did you take ginger beer, cherry cake and potted meat sandwiches?Famous five eat your heart out!ps. Did you manage to sleep 3 boys and two adults in that caravan?
Three boys, two adults and one enormous dog! The caravan sleeps five - some of the beds fold down to become chairs and table during the day just like in a conventional caravan.It was a bit squishy with the dog though, I must admit.ps. no potted meat, but yes to the ginger beer and [fruit] cake.
Wow, too cool. I want a go!!
Wow! Sounds like good fun. I wonder at the hores pulling you all along though! Did some of you follow by car?
That would be horse!
Nope. She's a proper working Clydesdale. The van weighs a ton and a half apparently, and the horses are fine with that. We had to stop for rest, feed and water every hour though. It really is slow travel.And she eats like a horse!(Apparently these are some of the last working clydesdales in Australia that do real work. The CUB clydesdales who need 4 of them to pull a very light open beer wagon are just decorative apparently).(We are total clydesdale experts now ;)
Thanks for that.
Hey! Next time you could just come here and borrow an Amish buggy. I could make your coffee in a real nice little press pot with a chic sweater/jumper. And if you need to see Clydesdales, I'll take you to the beer company Clydesdale farm down the road. Deal?
Oh gosh, so much want. Thanks for the beautiful photos and inspiration.
Oh my. Did you feel like travelling gypsies?What a wonderful, novel way to spend the holidays.
What a lovely holiday. We looked in to doing this a few years ago, but never got around to doing it. One day. My girls would lose their minds! So nice to see a bit of green up that way. It can be such a dry area. Jacinta
I have holiday envy...it sounded and looked sublime.
How absolutely fabulous! I am so jealous. What a wonderful vacation idea!
How wonderful! I love the green cobblestone snuck in there!This has been on my Spring holiday to-do list for years!! It is great to see the older kids are still so into it!
Wow. Your holiday looks like a catalogue shoot.
How cool is that wagon? Who hasn't dreamed of a gypsy's life?best, nadia
What lovely photos to find on your blog. My mum used to live in Rheola and I am sure I recognize the roads. It does look like they have had rain. What a perfect holiday
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