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August 14, 2009

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I've being reading your blog and found your post very helpful :) . I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog!

Julia Rose

Hi Roxanne,
Thank you for visiting my blog, and your lovely comments are always appreciated..
I love all your journeys and pics, esp the handmade gate, I have a little chair, about a childs size, made in the same way with old sticks, in my garden, it is probably deteriorating but I love seeing it weather the storms of life..
I love the hadmade journal pages made by your friend and added to by you, I would love to do something like that, what is the material used?...xxx
xx

Stephanie

Roxanne, what a place...I can only imagine fields of lavender...the sight and smell of it!!

thank you for taking me along...

x..x
steph

Ms.Tee

Hi Roxanne, your photos of this place are amazing, as usual. :) So beautiful - I'd love to visit one day!

Seth

What a special place to visit. There seems to be creativity in the air!

Shirley Ende-Saxe

Oh my, this is just amazingly gorgeous. All that lavender is enough to waft the most cynical to heaven! Beautiful, beautiful!

robruhn

Ummm, I can almost smell the perfume of the lavender from here. Gorgeous photos too.

azirca

It's like I have traveled with you to Salt Spring Island, your photos are just wonderful. I love both of the gate photos and it's so lovely to see your smiling face in your self-portrait.

Jacky

Lovely to share the journey with you Roxanne...so beautiful. I particularly love the old church by the water and that beautiful lavender.

Jacky xox

gwen Buchanan

Oh Roxanne, don't throw out your "sneaks"... they're just getting good!!!
You have chosen a beautiful part of Canada to explore... I really enjoyed the beauty you have shared... Thanks...

Cre8Tiva

what a charming place...would love to roll in the lavendar...i miss you...hugs, rebecca

caterina giglio

oh la la! I can smell the lavender!! thanks for the beauty!

katiejane

BIG SIGH! Oh how I wish I could have gone with you. Each and every photo was wonderful. I love that stone church and that lovely iron gate. And, and, and...
I loved it all. Thanks for the tour.

Jeane

it sounds like you had a week in paradise and please don't throw away those shoes -

Robyn

Lovely photos each and every one. The lavender in fields or hanging on racks must have smelt heavenly. I've never seen or smelt fields of lavender though the two little bushes growing under my bedroom window waft fragrance through the house whenever it rains.

rochambeau

How lovely Roxanne. Heaven it seems.
Thank you for taking us. I like the fence and the lavender especially.
Did you show your new table linen?

xox
Constance

Kathleen Botsford

Sigh. Salt Spring Island seems to experience the summer of my daydreams. How lovely. I hope to read more of the workshop and SEE more of your inspiring artwork.

Leslie M.

Oh my gosh! These photographs of Salt Spring Island are fantastic. I want to go there . . . right now! Seriously, I am going in search of more information right now. Thanks for sharing.

xo

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