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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

ROSALIE




THIS IS ROSALIE IN NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI. AS YOU CAN SEE THE VIEWS OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER ARE WONDERFUL FROM THE SECOND STORY BALCONY. HOW RELAXING WOULD THIS BE TO SIT HERE AND WATCH THE RIVER BOATS AND BARGES GO BY. THE FUNNY LOOKING PICTURE AT THE BOTTOM IS PART OF THE BACK GARDEN, LOOKING DOWN FROM THE BALCONY. I AM LINKING THIS TO http://www.asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com for her outdoor Wednesday party.ALSO http://www.decortoadore.blogspot.com for WAYFARING WEDNESDAY
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11 comments:

D said...

Hi, Vicky,
I'm just now getting around to see all the posts the girls did. Glad to have met your and your husband, also. Hope to see you again at some future "party".
Donna

eileeninmd said...

Lovely view of the river and a beautiful house. The landscaping is gorgeous!

Theresa said...

What a lovely view! Can imagine sitting in a rocking chair watching the river boats and barges drift by....

LV said...

Thank you for sharing a reminder of my visit to Natchez a long time ago. It is an interesting place and you have some great views.

Average Girl said...

how incredibly grand and peaceful...

Ms. Bake-it said...

What a fabulously grand home and fantastic view! I can definitely see myself sitting on the front porch in a rocking chair sipping tea and watching the boats and barges drifting by or watching children and dogs running, playing and laughing on that great expanse of lawn.

~ Tracy

xinex said...

That's one of my favorite places at Rosalie, looking out the river. Very relaxing!...Christine

Debbie said...

That's yet another place that I'd like to visit. We've talked about it often, in fact.

The Boston Lady said...

So pretty! I have never been there and it looks lovely. I am most amused by the platter featured in your header (LOL). Ann

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh my what a lovely home!

Thank you for taking me along and for linking up!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Wow great pictures!! What a magnificent home! Thanks for sharing. Visiting from WW.

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