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July 28, 2008


Sandy K

Nice pictures. Thanks for sharing your memories.

Lesley Clark

My Mom, sisters and I went there in June while vacationing in Ashland, NH. Beautiful place.


Your pictures are BEAUTIFUL!!!! I would love to visit Shaker Village, it looks so peaceful. I will visit your other blog and look at all your pics. Have a great day Mary.


Cheryl Sims

What a wonderful day you had. Wayne is certainly a sweetie and you photograph beautifully. Love the "in flight" butterfly. I leave reading your blog feeling such a sense of peace and happiness. Thank you Mary--you are a treasure.
PS--I am updating my blog at some point today with a couple cards I made.


I was almost there last week! I thought of you as we drove thru southern NH on Monday on our way to Maine and the Shaker Village at Sabbathday Lake. Did you know that the last 3 (and one novice) living Shakers are up there? I love the peace and tranquility you find in their villages. So glad you shared your pictures here on your stamping blog, too. Love the butterflies!

The Queen


Don't you love SHaker Villages? We have one lose by us here in Maine and it was a a family thing that we would do every year. My Uncle from Canada would dome just for their spices and my grandmother would go for their vegetables and well of course the men would just adore the furniture and then by the time you walk the grounds, enjoy some lunch it was a beautfiul day well spent. So glad you & Wayne had such a nice day. Cheryl from Maine.

Peggy Maier

Such a beautiful place! You & Wayne got some great photos.


Great photos Mary! Love the butterfly one... that is a pro one! Looks awesome! TFS!


Looks like you had a lot of fun! I luv the pictures & you & Wayne are so cute, you were meant for each other! Looks like a perfect day too.


What an incredible picture of the butterflies on the cone flowers!!! I'm glad that you had such a great day together and what a beautiful place to spend it at :D.

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