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Marit

What a great trip you've had!
I couldn't help but laugh when I saw that last picture- that's exactly how we do our gardening-LOL!
Marit in Norway

Ali

Ahhhh - at last I can exhale. I've been reading all of your trip posts, but hadn't commented as they just seemed to be getting better and better.

No wonder you had a tough time coming back down to earth - so much to take in and such wonderful experiences. I sometimes think we Brits have a lot to learn about hospitality and generosity of spirit.

dottycookie

Oh Simmy it sounds like such a wonderful trip - I am amazed you haven't come back and slept for a week! Did you take spare empty suitcases with you for all your goodies?!

And how lovely to see pictures of you and your hostesses, looking so happy and relaxed. These posts have been a real treat to read - thank you!

magnusmog

wow! you managed to cram a lot into your trip. I would have loved to see the suitcases when they were all filled up with fabric :)

Julie

As a long time lurker I have to comment on your trip. I love that you had such a wonderful time in America. It makes my heart sing to hear such glowing things about my country. I am so glad that you met all these kind and generous people. You have met what most Americans are truly like.

Marie

Oh Simmy, what a lovely trip you had! I did so enjoy going along with you. What treasures you found, in both the people you were lucky enough to spend time with and in what you were able to find in the shops! I do have to say Simmy that now having seen your picture you are exactly as I had pictured you in my mind. Just beautiful and what a friendly, open and loving face you have. I could just hug you to pieces!

Gina Ferrari

I've been reading with great interest all about your tour over the past couple of weeks - what a fantastic trip! No wonder you were sad to leave. I think it says a lot about how lovely you must be to generate such warm and loving friendships. have a good break in Wales!

DML

So glad that you had a great trip to the States. I think that the Americans really know how to put people at ease.

I was wondering about the availability of craft supplies in the UK, as I didn't start sewing / knitting etc. 'til I lived in the US. Can you recommend any good shops for when I visit in Sept? We're staying in West England.

Mary Ann/ca

Oh Simmy, what a wonderful travelogue, I'm just so jealous of the girls on the East coast...come west Missy! oh and I need to email you all about our India trip. It was fabulous too!

Caroline

Thank you for sharing so many details about your trip. It does sound like you and your family had a dream vacation!

Rowan

It sounds as though you had a really fun and interesting trip and met some lovely people. If you stay in people's homes and get a taste of their everyday life you get a completely different picture to the one that tourists staying in hotels get. Have a great week in Wales, the weather seems to be picking up at last so you should be able to get out and about.

jo

Such a great trip Simmy, and it is a treat for us to finally see your face too xxx

Rada

You have a beautiful smile! Thanks for the trip. I feel as though I got to go too. It was nice that the children had the opportunity to make so many friends too.

Georgia

oh gee what a shame my photo didn't come out. I had one, but deleted it! Great trip Simmy and seriously you might see us over your way sometime...

Tracy

What a great finale to your Blog Trip, Simmy! Loved seeing the photo of you and all your friends...So wonderful to see you! I'm especially drooling over all the shops we went to--especially the craft related ones--LOL! Have a terrific time in Wales...no wonder you need to get away--the state of your garden, oh my!! ((HUGS))

Kathleen

I've enjoyed your posts on your trip! Wales sounds wonderful, especially this time of year.

Wild Rose

It really sounds like the trip of a lifetime Simmy - no wonder you were sad to leave.

Enjoy your time in Wales.

Marie x

Lucette

I have really enjoyed following your adventures. I does sound like the trip of a lifetime especially since you made such great friends along the way. enjoy Wales it looks beautiful.
Lucette

julie

Have a great time in Wales - I hope you come back to some order at home and the makings of a good porch. Your trip really sounds like an incredible adventure, what wonderful people you met and fabulous places you visited and enough memories to keep you warm all through those cold winter nights to come!

carol

Thank you for sharing your wonderful holiday with us all here. It looks like a fabulous time was had by all. Next time - come out west. Plenty to do and see here too :-))

esther

gosh!! & wow! i'm so happy for you! what a wonderful trip!!

esther

another note to let you know you've been nominated for 2 awards. read at my blog to know more :)

MAIZE

Sounds like your crafty shopping trip to the States was like mine in Japan. What a haul you made!

I've been to NYC many times, but never have been able to do the New England tour. Maybe this Spring when I take my son to D.C. to visit my brother.

And.... what did your hubby say about Bush? :-) Just curious...

MAIZE

Sounds like your crafty shopping trip to the States was like mine in Japan. What a haul you made!

I've been to NYC many times, but never have been able to do the New England tour. Maybe this Spring when I take my son to D.C. to visit my brother.

And.... what did your hubby say about Bush? :-) Just curious...

MAIZE

Sounds like your crafty shopping trip to the States was like mine in Japan. What a haul you made!

I've been to NYC many times, but never have been able to do the New England tour. Maybe this Spring when I take my son to D.C. to visit my brother.

And.... what did your hubby say about Bush? :-) Just curious...

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