What’s in a Name?

I feel as though I travel around the world every day just checking in with customers – and some of them have the most entrancing place names!  Runaway Bay!  I would love to!

 

Ngaruawahia could only be in New Zealand

 

 

 

 

 

Tater Peeler Road – now where could that be?  Doesn’t sound like a city name

 

Sassafras River Drive MUST be in the South

 

 

 

 

 

 

Okeechobee – Florida

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chemin des Rayols is easy – my old stamping ground, Haute Provence

 

 

 

 

 

Pat’s Croft Eyot – Rattie, Toad and Mole, on the Thames

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shute Harbour in the Whitsundays sounds warmer though – maybe it’s time I made house calls…

Ah, how my mind wanders!

About Tricia Rose

Not distracted by shiny objects.
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7 Responses to What’s in a Name?

  1. humbird says:

    Wow. Your customers live in some unusual and very beautiful places. They would be wonderful places to visit.

    I can imagine saying, “I’m gonna getaway to Runaway Bay”! Sounds fab :)

  2. A-M says:

    Isn’t it nice to daydream! A-M xx

  3. Donna says:

    I wish I lived in some exotic locale! Oh well, I can dream of these places as I sleep on my beautiful linens— in my boring suburban neighborhood.

  4. tammy says:

    i’m sorry.
    nope.
    still trying.
    nope.
    there’s nothing exotic about norman oklahoma! LOL.
    some of these pictures are amazing.

  5. Loi Thai says:

    A little quiet here in DC, too. But we are lucky to have neighbors from all over the world.

  6. PP says:

    Queen Camel (Dorset UK), Piddle Trenthide (Dorset again), Cape Tribulation, Cabbage Patch Bay, Fairy Bower Beach (All Australia) – some of my favourites!
    PP

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