Not a stitch

Not a stitch was sewn, knitted or crocheted... for a whole month.
Gloucester Cathedral
 Rhossili Bay
 Windsor Castle
St. Edward's Church, Stow on the Wold
Windsor Castle
Chipping Campden
Gloucester vs. Cardiff 
Morris Dancers, Twyning
Carew Tidal Mill
Stanton
Gloucester Cathedral
St. Govan's
Windsor
Rhossili
Windsor Castle
Mewslade Bay
Stanton
Corbiere Lighthouse
St. Govan's Chapel
Pittville Pump Rooms, Cheltenham
St. David's Cathedral
Rhossili
Stanton
Nr. Slad
Gloucester vs. Cardiff
Windsor Castle
Carew Castle
 Stanton
 Broad Haven South
 Windsor Castle
 Cirencester Road
 Bosherston Lily Ponds
 St. David's
 Carew
 Rhossili
 Carew Cross














Bath
Morris Dancers, Twyning
Bishop's Palace, St. David's
Painswick
 Rhossili
Choir practice, Tewkesbury Abbey
Leckhampton, Cheltenham
Caerphilly Castle
St. David's
Bath
St. Helier
 St. David's Cathedral
 Grosnez
 Corbiere Lighthouse
 Painswick
 Tewkesbury Abbey
 Grosnez
 Gorey
 Malmesbury
Leckhampton Hill
 It was a good trip home.
(sorry for the pictures overload)

25 comments:

  1. I can see why you haven't been doing crochet or sewing... look at all the lovely places you've been visiting !
    such great photos ~ I've never been to England before...

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  2. No wonder! What a fantastic month - and stunning photos!

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  3. Invitación

    Yo soy brasileño, y tengo un blog, muy simple.
    Estoy lhe invitando a visitar-me, y se posible, seguimos juntos por ellos.
    Fuerza, Alegría y Amizad.
    Ven para acá.

    http://www.josemariacosta.com

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  4. Who would have time to sew with all the wonderful sights to see? We fell in love with Chipping Campden and stayed there on our last visit to the UK. Beautiful pictures of all. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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  5. Definitely a good month! It's not overload to me - I could gaze at your photos for a long time. Especially the ceiling pictures - cathedral ceilings are the best!

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  6. Oh my goodness! Thank you for sharing all of those lovely pictures. I dream of going over there someday to see it all myself. I really don't care for travel, but if I had to go one place, it would be the UK.

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  7. It looks as if you spent your month very well! And you stayed in my favourite part of the country! I am amazed at the blue skies though - we didn't see many here in August and now our "Indan summer" is flipping freezing!

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  8. I utterly love every single picture!!!! It looks like you've been visiting a lot, haven't you!?!?

    Cheers from Italy!
    Anna

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  9. what a wonderful way to spend a month lots of good memories to have until the next trip back
    cheers wendy

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  10. Those pictures are breathtaking...I love the ones with the horses!

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  11. Just read your most recent blog entry, well looked at the photos. They show what a beautiful country I live in

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  12. Wow looks like you had a fantastic time in dear old Blighty :)
    Twiggy x

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  13. Great photos! I'm only a few miles from Gloucester and I go regularly to watch the rugby!! In fact my niece is the team administrator!!

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  14. But you sure took some fabulous photographs! Looks like you had a great time.

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  15. So glad you shared! Hope you had a fabulous time! Judging by the pictures it was an awesome trip. And like I said before - thanks to your photos these places are now on my travel bucket list!

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  16. What a wonderful Summer you must have had! We seem to share so many places. I'm from the South Wales valleys and the Gower was our weekend stomping ground. Bath, St David's, Carew and Caerffili also among our favourite places. And Windsor was our local town until we moved back to Wales last year! Now the husband works in Cheltenham, which I have yet to visit! I hope you had a fantastic time.

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  17. Wonderful pictures!
    Sure it was a marvelous summer.

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  19. Oh what lovely pictures! I am truly homesick now :)
    I live in the States but was born and lived for 25 years in Bury St. Edmunds. I have visited many of the places in your pictures and miss them even though I love living here.

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  20. Missed this post when you published it but am quite excited to see that you went back to MY home! I'm from Jersey, spent the last 10 years living in Northern California and now we're in France a bit closer to home but I still only get back once a year. Thanks for the little taste of home today.

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  21. Wow. I could just sit and look at your gorgeous pictures for hours! This would be a dream trip for me. I've been wanting to visit the U.K. forever. Thank you so much for sharing these! Oh, and your little super hero costumes look super adorable. x

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  22. I believe you went to all those places. I do not believe you took all those pictures yourself during the month in question - due to the lack of torrential rain in evidence. !

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  23. lovely pictures! Spent some time in Swansea, nice to see Rhossli and a bit of the Gower peninsula, looks like you had fine weather!!!!!

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  24. Me encanta las fotos que has puesto de Gales,estube con mi familia en Agosto del 2011...........y me encantó............tengo unas fotos preciosas.......en el Reino Unido he estado en Escocia,Gales e Inglaterra,pero quiero volver,pues aunme queda mucho por descubrir..........un saludo from Spain..........

    my blog......desde mi terraza,el refugio de mayte

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  25. wonderful pictures thanks for the memories
    Janice

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