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May 26, 2008

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Great pictures Sue. Loved this post!

Great photos and a great tour, Sue! I really enjoyed it!

grat photos - love those old houses! Wouldn't want to have to heat or cool them, though! Glad to hear yet another person is having a hard time with photos on the "improved" typepad - i'm ready to tear my hair out! I can't get the links to work either. Any good suggestions?

oh these alpaca pictures are so so darling!!!! i wanted one and julie will not let me how any because they spit....i disagree.......the are just big dogs to me!!
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so how cute are they, I loved the guy with bed hair!!!

and you are killing me with suspense with your latest read, curious blog readers need to know the title. I am in need of a good book to read.

What a great adventure you had...enjoyed tagging along! Great photos!!!!

I LOVE to see photos of old victorian houses! I live in an area where there are a lot of them and there are a lot around Ohio State campus, too. They are just lovely when done up right... and the victorians painted them in really striking and sometimes wild colors if you go by the way they were actually painted back in the day. I've secretly always wanted to live in a big old house like that... I have an old house (1914) but it isn't fancy like those.

Love the alpacas, too... how sweet they seem to be. I know some people (not personally though) have them here in Ohio as well. My uncle used to have a couple of llamas but I don't think are quite as gentle and sweet.

Love your posts... I'll have to check out that book next time I'm at the book store.

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