Welcome friends! This blog shows little patches of Brazil. Photos of old houses, country flowers, mountains, and places to go.
Oh, I would love to spend time here....with a book and some herb tea :-)
hey looks so homey n cosy.. :) is it urs??
That does look cozy...and I love the beautiful scenery in the photo below, too...gorgeous!
I spent some time around this house over the weekend, my dad used to live on this farm, that was 60 years ago. This house is probably 100 years old. No... that's not mine...
Looks rustic, but so restful! What a lovely place to sit and relax :)
Cris,Beautiful picture! (Or is it a painting?) The people who live there probably work hard, but surely don't suffer from stress...
What a charming little spot to visit!Kelli
It is so charming! I love that roof.
Really a lovely place to visit.Take care,Connie
I could definately join you all there for a glass of tea and some good conversation...
I LOVE porches .. I'm trying to convince Norm to build me one on the front of the house!Blessings
Very charming this porch, Cris!Thanks for the nice comment! You are very welcome!!!
It's a gorgeous spot with the light brick and dark roof. So pretty! Great picture too.
Love it, but you know how I love porches.
What a lovely home....very rustic...I love it. So inviting!
So warm and inviting. Love it!
Cris, have you lived in that charming farmhouse when you were a child? kisses
I did not live there, my father lived in another house when as a child and it was demolished, very similar to this one.
my heart is in country-side ....just came back from a country trip and i still am to come out of my vacation mood.......u have captured this shot so well, Cris...the angle, the lighting....its all so perfect!!! how ve u been ???? :)
This is just a beautiful and amazing place, and yes, the plants make it so inviting to visitors. The roof is also quite beautiful and unusual looking. I wonder what the reason is for that particular design?
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