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April 13, 2009


great post, I would love to have a gypsy caravan in the garden to sit and while away the time in

you know, in my house in england, down the road from us, a real gypsy caravan turned up and camped for a while, the local residents were up in arms...I loved it


Hi Sarah!
Thanks so much for dropping by and leaving your sweet comment. I enjoyed reading about the real gypsy caravan that parked down the road from you! I'm with you...I'd love having that happen. I'd probably go down and invite them for tea. : ) I also like your idea of having a caravan in your garden to hang out in. Now that would be real sweet. Thanks again for dropping by. Hope to see you again.
xo Colette

thank you very much for posting this.

You are welcome, Shazia. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.
xo Colette

I have an old garage in my garden that needs to come down as it is never used the drive is too narrow. I think an old gypsy wagon would look splended in its place, and considering I am from Gypsy stock, maybe one day I will have my dream !!!! Thanks Colette for a dream...

Hi Linda!
So nice of you to stop by.
Wouldn't that be great to have a Gypsy wagon in the garden!? That's a great dream! I hope one day it does manifest itself for you. You might like to check out -
les roulottes de la serve, just for some ideas to feed your dream. They have a photo gallery of some beautiful wagons. Interior shots too.
Come again!
xo Colette

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