Sir Winston Churchill’s favourite spot, a chair by his beloved goldfish pond. A few moments away from a troubled world in Chartwell Kent, to start off the week.
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Oh, my. What I wouldn’t give for a few hours to sit in that spot. 🙂
Me too! That’s why they fenced off the area! I so wanted to get close to the great man’s chair, but no luck! 🙂
Now that is a nice spot to sit and gather one’s thoughts!
Oh I so agree!
I may print that second photo, Susan, and stick it on my wall next to my desk. How peaceful.
If you want a copy i can email a good jpeg if it doesn’t print out!! I so didn’t want to leave but those guards do like closing times! 🙂
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I would love to have one, Susan, if it isn’t a pain. The email address you have from my comments would be the one to use. Thank you.
Coincidence! I have been thinking about that beautiful, graceful house all day. I’d love to return this week sometime. Clem’s hand is everywhere: comfort, combined with easy style. What a girl.
It was a beautiful day out. I still have the blog part to write!!! What a house!! We took hours going through it!!
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No wonder he was a great man! One particular thing I like about the English is their gardens. And a chair like this in one would be heaven!