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    1. LadyAngel says:

      I don’t know if it’s your description or the actual house that makes me feel relaxed…a bit of both, probably! What a cute, little cottage in a wonderful location. Where do I go to book my holiday?

    2. ekrubynaffit says:

      Makes me think of the wee cottage from the movie The Holiday! Love that movie, think I may have to go watch it again now!

    3. triciamanly says:

      Thank you both so much for your sweet comments. Wouldn’t it be fun to rent a cottage all together and have a sim fest? Where should we do it, UK, New Zealand, or USA?

    4. LadyAngel says:

      Yes, we could start a new annual festival…we would all wear plumbob hats and speak Simlish!

    5. I’m still building mine cottage – but I am building the complex of cottages and guest house – that’s why it’s taking so long 🙂

      This is absolutely lovely and so glad I’ve inspired you with my tales! So ‘cottagey’ and comfortable-looking. It doesn’t look anything like the cottage I stayed in, but it’s lovely. So where is Haltwhistle? Devon?

    6. ekrubynaffit says:

      Originally Posted by triciamanly
      Thank you both so much for your sweet comments. Wouldn’t it be fun to rent a cottage all together and have a sim fest? Where should we do it, UK, New Zealand, or USA?

      How about all 3! A round the world trip! Shame I’m leaving Air NZ, could have popped you all on my buddy list and gotten cheap flights!

    7. You’ll have to do it in the UK I’m afraid, I don’t have a passport.

    8. triciamanly says:

      I think the UK is probably most centrally located, is it tiff? Halfwhistle is in northern England, west of Durham, right Lady Angel? My simlish isn’t that great. Karen Lorraine, can’t wait to see the real vacation retreat!

    9. ekrubynaffit says:

      24 hours 55 mins from here to London!
      Average 6 hours 30 mins to 7 hours 30 mins from States to London depending on which airport you depart from.

      And no passport Karen?? Are not fussed on taking to the skies?

    10. Love to go somewhere but have a husband who isn’t bothered. Have been on an aeorplane when we visited Jersey many years ago – didn’t need a passport then! Very short flight.

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