Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Monthly Note Card Party at a Haven for Vee

It is time to join Vee for her monthly party.  So many beautiful photos taken by the blogging community.  I know you will enjoy seeing them.


Off to find a shady spot


Something about a barn

A Shady Spot
I want to pick a bouquet


I took these photos last summer in Pennsylvania, at two of my favorite places, Peace Valley Lavender Farm (photos 1, 2, 3) and Solebury Orchards (4th photo).


Thanks, Vee, for hosting this monthly party.  


xo

61 comments:

  1. Those photos would certainly make one beautiful set of notecards!

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  2. Lovely Barbara. The lavender farm has been on my bucket list.
    XO,
    Lisa

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  3. I love them all! I want a bike with a basket like that! I would also love to ride said bike to any of the other three locations.

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  4. I'd like to hop on that bike and ride to each of these places... that is if they aren't too far ;).
    Really pretty pictures. Looks so peaceful.

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  5. I really love the bicycle photo...it is just perfect!

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  6. Hello,
    I love lavender, I have several plants myself in my garden.
    My sister lives in Bucks County, PA.
    Love,
    Lorraine

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  7. Hello dear,
    I have several lavender plants in my garden. My sister lives in Bucks County, PA.
    Love,
    Lorraine

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  8. All fun shots! My fav is the bike... I'm sure it has nothing to do with the bottle of wine:@)

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  9. I love these pictures look so cool!!

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  10. your photos are lovely and go together like a set!

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  11. Lovely shots, Barbara! I especially like the bicyle with lavender in the basket in photo one. I love lavender!

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  12. Very beautiful! A very different countryside that what I see in Florida! Great notecards!

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  13. I can almost smell the flowers...and feel the coolness of the shade... Very nice collection of photos.

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  14. Oh my! Love that old barn! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  15. I just love the countryside. Your photos are wonderful. I would love to have a barn in my backyard!

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  16. Lovely scenes that would make great note cards!

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  17. Dearest Barbara,
    Lovely pictures, aren't they♬♬♬ 
    Especially, my favorite is "A Shady Spot". Cute to see chickens in the shade♡♡♡

    Love you always, my dear friend xoxo Miyako*

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  18. Barb, Gorgeous images! I live about an hour away form Buck County... I need to find Pace Valley Lavender Farm! LOVE the bike!

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  19. What a beautiful group of photos! Each one invites me into its scene...

    (Still loving that fall countdown, Barbara! :D)

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  20. O gosh, these are just GREAT. I love every single one of them.

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  21. Great photos. That bicycle one is just perfect. Isn't summer wonderful?

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  22. These are all wonderful but I think the one with the bicycle is my favorite. Great selection for Vee's party.

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  23. All lovely shots. I like the bike!! Had one just like it when I was a kid. : )

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  24. well, i am a ham when it comes to barns & wildflowers. such great picks. (:

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  25. I can't pick just one - I love all of them. The last one would make a lovely card! Wildflowers!

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  26. Great notecards, Barbara! If I had to pick a favorite, I couldn't...it'd be between the first one and the fourth one - Fantastic!
    xo Beth

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  27. Hi there....just wanted to stop and say....love your blog name.....love your blog pics.

    Jo

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  28. Great pics for note cards, B! I love the bike too!
    Hope you are staying cool! Happy Summer!

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  29. A lavender farm! I would certainly enjoy a visit there. Your photos are lovely.

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  30. Beautiful photos. Love old barns too. Flowers are always my choice.

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  31. Barbara F.,
    Wonderful photos.
    Love the bicycle.

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  32. Hi Barbara! Lovely snaps and I adore the one with the cute bike!
    Thanks for popping by and be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  33. I love the old bicycle and oh how I would enjoy going to a lavender farm! I bet it smells amazing!

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  34. These are wonderful...like my trip to Greer Farm for our anniversary...I love these...oh and lavender farm, sounds like I need to take a trip

    Enjoyed your note cards

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  35. Yes, these would make a great set of note cards! I can just imagine sitting under that tree in the shade, with a soft breeze in the air and maybe an ice cream cone! Linda

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  36. I would LOVE to have a set of notecards with these pictures! Gorgeous, Barbara!

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  37. So beautiful. You have the eye of an artist. I would love note cards from you ...

    Cynthia

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  38. Very lovely photos Barbara. I love to see barns and flowers. For some reason being on Pinterest has made
    me wish I had a barn to decorate. Sigh. Dreaming here...

    Thank you for being a good friend and for entering my giveaway. Good luck!

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  39. Ahhh Peace Valley Lavender Farm. What a great time we had ! Funny, but I just opened a new bottle of their Lavender hand soap today to go with my updated bathroom accessories. What great note cards they would make.

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  40. Stunning. You could make a collection of barns couldn't you. Pennsylvania is so beautiful!

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  41. Hi Barbara, what great pics!!
    Anyway I got a "CORNETTE" RECIPE, But I don't know if my translation is good..... I can tell you that the result is great...I give you the link where you can find the recipe with translation and where you can look pics about how to make them :D , have a wonderful weekend, xoxoxoxo Flavia


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    http://cuocicucidici.blogspot.it/2010/12/una-prima-colazione-da-re-kings.html

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  42. First thank you very much for your blog visit to mine, and like one of your readers has said "Pennsylvania is a very beautiful state. Richard from the Amish community of Lebanon,Pa.

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  43. Hi Barbara,
    Thanks for visiting and for your nice comments. The Anna Apple is the only apple that does very well for us because we don't get very cold here, and " Anna " requires less cold than most apples. Love that bike, I'm looking for one of those. Have a great weekend!
    Enjoy my visits with you too.
    Ciao,
    Mary

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  44. Hi Barb, Love that photo of the bike. I have never seen real lavender fields. I hope I get the blogging bug back! I have been thinking about getting a couple of budgies for Oliver to watch and me to listen to.When I was out of town he stayed with my daughter and certainly enjoyed her 4 birds.

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  45. These are all beautiful pictures, and I know with that scenery, you had a wonderful day. I've been to Pennsylvania twice in the Amish area and loved the area there. Thanks for visiting my blog yesterday. Pleast stop by again soon!

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  46. I love chickens in the yard and zinias. Down with shabby and rust. Richard from My Old Historic House.

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  47. Very lovely. Pennsylvania looks a lot like Ohio in the summertime - very green! Thanks for stopping by and entering my giveaway. That's so sweet that you had a parrot named Mango!
    Cindy

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  48. Beautiful photos, Barbara. I love the shot of the bicycle with wine and flowers in the basket

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  49. Dearest Barbara,

    My favorite is number 1. Probably because we did run our bikes this afternoon in the hot sun. Going downhill was great!
    Love to you,
    Mariette

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  50. Beautiful photos.

    Thanks for sharing, Barbara.

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  51. What marvelous photos you've selected for notecards this go'round!! I'm not sure I could pick a favorite from them!! :)

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  52. Barbara, These are fabulous shots. I especially love the chickens under the big tree. The classic wildflower field is breathtaking. The police would have to be after me for snitching.
    Definitely note card worthy. I let the party slip by me this month.
    Have a great week.
    Ginger :)

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  53. Such beautiful pictures,Barbara!Makes you appreciate the summer months:)I won't mind getting lost in that field of pretty flowers.Thanks for sharing these inspiring pictures and for your sweetly encouraging words. Have a wonderful evening!Hugs,Poppy

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  54. What great shots! All will make beautiful note cards!

    Thanks for welcoming me back, Barbara.! I look forward to seeing you for Potpourri Friday!

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  55. Barbara thanks I enjoyed my stroll .. Fantastic photos.

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  56. What peaceful, beautiful photos!!! They will name gorgeous cards.

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  57. I love the rural look of the first two. All are definately card worthy. I need to remember Vee's party and give this a whirl next month.
    Hugs,
    Jann

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  58. Hi: Love the photos! Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

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  59. Hey Barbara! Oh, thanks for telling me about the peppers. I'm so glad I didn't grab one and pop it in my tiny mouth! :)
    Hope you've had a good week.
    be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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