That caravan is gorgeous; count me in! =)
Oh, yes, PLEASE, count me in too!What a lovely getaway we could have....imagine sleeping under the stars next to this gorgeous caravan!
How pretty! What a great place for a getaway.
Hi Dottie, I'm so glad you came over to Brookhollow Lane. I'm sorry about your little yorkie. Max is about 10 years old- but still acts like a puppy sometimes. I have started scrolling through your blog and absolutely love your holiday cabinet. I'm going to have fun going further.Leslie
You have a beautiful blogspot, and your "farm" is amazing. I love the fact that you did not let convention get in your way and you planted vegetables at the entrance.I have been thinking about a rain barrel; especially after seeing the rush of rain literally push off the lower part of one of our gutters during a recent rain storm. I'll find out when I check on them, but I am wondering if there is an overflow valve or port, or what happens when the barrel fills up - overflow?
Oh I have always wanted a caravan. Clarice
Hi Dottie, I love the idea of a gypsy caravan! When I was a little girl I would play dress up and pretend I was a gypsy; I loved the peasant tops, flowing skirts, big earrings, being barefoot and dancing with abandone! Still appeals to this "girl"!Would love a gypsy wagon to convert to a playhouse for my grandchildren! Lisha