South Africa

My cousins had a wonderful holiday in South Africaand saw all the wonderful things you could imaginebut this is far and away my favorite.I hope Miss Reece was always happy with her clients~
Then they came home to this:I’ll just keep thinking kindly of the Gentle Men under Miss Reece’s portal.

About Tricia Rose

Not distracted by shiny objects.
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7 Responses to South Africa

  1. Kat says:

    I hope to visit South Africa one day, it’s such a beautiful place! And I love the sign too! What a change in climate…brrr, they must have wanted to get right back on the plane!

    Kat :)

  2. kerrie says:

    Ahh Africa…it has a soft spot in my heart. I dreamed of living there. I studied the African culture in college(my minor was Ethnic Studies/African Emphasis). I was stationed to go to West Africa with the Peace Corp. Both Hubby and I were leaving in four months when we found out I was pregnant. We didn’t get to go. My children grew up with a lifesize map of Africa mounted to the wall. I tried to prepare them for life there one day. Still haven’t made it. These photos of your cousins journey makes me smile. It is beautiful there!

  3. sealaura says:

    those are beautiful pictures. definitely not what first comes to mind when thinking of Africa. love the sign too!

  4. Karena says:

    Tricia, how stunning to see these photos!

    Happy Valentines!

    Art by Karena

  5. I would love to visit SA. And yes, a gentle man is a precious thing!

  6. One of my oldest friends lives in SA and in all these years I’ve never traveled there. I certainly hope to do it one day. Just so charming. And a super time of the year to go, for sure. That white lunar landscape looks like my house. We have 5-feet of snow on the ground and huge icicles. Thanks for stopping by. Jane

  7. Delores says:

    Someday, I hope to visit South Africa. Thanks for the little tour. Funny sign too.

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