“Half memoir, half travel, A Yank Back to England...is an absolutely wonderful book, not only about going home again but also about love and family and tradition and the passage of the years.”
—Michael Dirda, Pulitzer Prize-winning literary critic (Washington
Post)
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Sunday, February 15, 2009

More from lovely Lavenham



5 comments:

Trixie said...

Thank you! I think I might die of happiness if I were to ever see those buildings for real.

SK said...

I have always loved that half-timber design. The College Town in Ames here has many buildings like that, though they are all rather less than authentic. *SK*

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Love to see the half-timbered buildings...they just epitomise England.
Do you still own your cottage in England ?
Eye bah gum lad thee gets around :)

The Prodigal Tourist said...

Pleasure, Trixie! I added a link to a Lavenham tour, it has lots of great photos. You'll like that.
BritNTn--by 'eck, lass! You must be a Mancunian or you're missing the Rover's Return something rotten! We never owned a cottage, we rented a different one each year, always close enough to get the folks out of London but far enough apart for Frances to get us to see something new.

50sgal said...

I adore this architecture and looks quite a bit like parts of where I live in NEW england. Particularly downtown Sandwich, one town over from me. They even have two tea shops where we often go for cream teas. Ahh, but to be in england, so much nicer...