Snippets From Wears Valley

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  1. This isn’t a part of the States that I’ve ever thought about visiting until now but, because of your gorgeous pictures and prose, I may have to revise my view.

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    1. It is eye-opening for me — these explorations of the American mountains, Sheree. They certainly don’t lack for drama 🙂 Thanks! xx

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    1. Aren’t they just! Thank you Neek 🙂 It is raining so at my end that it seems that the heavens have stored a lifetime of tears! Hope it is better at yours. xx

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      1. The rain sounds delightful! Our temps today were at 90+Fahrenheit. Dry as a bone. Hopefully we will experience some rain next week. 🙂 Hope you are having a nice cup of tea!

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      2. Well I will take dry. I would swap – except for this that the weather has turned and it is chilly in the mornings. Even now, the cold breeze streaming in through the open windows is making my knees knock. But it feels wonderful somehow. I shall transition from my morning coffee to tea soon! 🙂 Here’s to a happy hump day. xx

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    1. It was definitely the first beauties of the season for me 🙂 Thanks, it was a memorable drive. Hope you have been well.

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      1. Fresh beginnings at the start of the new season…your plate should be full. Is it a move you are happy with? X

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      2. Definitely fresh beginnings. Lol. I really am happy with the move. Not too far from where we were but in an area that’s just a bit more child-friendly.

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    1. They look so ready for the taking 🙂 I am thinking I shall try out a dish I have grown up eating, this time. A curry of pumpkins and veggies with a Bengali spice called panchphoron. What are your favourite ways to cook pumpkin? xx

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      1. Oh yum. I love s good pumpkin curry and I have that spice too. Delicious.
        I’m such a fan of pumpkin. Love it anyway, salads, roasted, soups or curry. So versatile. Have a great day lovely 😘

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      2. Well we have the Football Grand Final on today. Saw a comedy show for the Melbourne Fringe Festival and heading off to see an exhibition for Nelson Mandela at the museum too. A busy one at that! Any plans at your end? Xx

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      3. That sounds amazing and full of fun things to do. This season does have such a festive kick to it. The promise of winter and cosy days. Since it is a lovely day, we are heading to the city. The plan is to walk around and do some noshing. 🙂 xx

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    1. I might be a bit biased, but the American horses are less curious (and friendly) than the ones across the pond. xx

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    1. Thank ye! You have seen it with your own eyes so you would know what I am on about. We were travelling light, so if you will imagine me walking into security at the airport with a massive pumpkin cradled in my arms. Did I or not, that’s the question? Now only if my husband were as crazy as yours truly!

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