Friday, 2 March 2012

Which door shall we choose?

Take a wonder down this Lane
Until you reach the end
A Strangers Club will call,
But carry on around the bend
And there will be a treat for us all!







Your patience has been rewarded
our furry friends have been waiting!





This charming old cobbled Street is Elm Hill in Norwich, England and this is The Bear Shop! I could just imagine Harry Potter disappearing through The Strangers Club door.  More photos from my trip back home in England coming soon!  Catherine x




10 comments:

Tracy said...

Welcome home, Catherine! Very fun to see LOVELY Norwish! I'd love to walk down that street... Look at that architecture! The bear shop is sooo sweet! I think you must have spent a day in there alone. ;o) Looking forward to seeing more from your trip. Happy Weekend ((HUGS))

Kate (Leaff) said...

Wow, what great pictures Catherine! Looks like a really inspiring place to visit - thank you for sharing! x

Mandi said...

I can remember visiting one of these bear shops in Bath....full of goodness:)xo

Georgianna said...

You must have had a marvelous time, Catherine! This is just delightful. A classic English village street. xo – g

Relyn said...

My daughter gasped when she saw your art work. You have such talent.

Monica said...

Oooh, ooohh, oooohh! Please share more! I'll be waiting in the first row!
xo

Sarah Medina said...

Oh gorgeous!!! Thank you for sharing!! Nostalgic cobble stone street, and an adorable bear shop! Oh I bet you wanted to move there hehe. xx Sarah

Sarah Medina said...

Oh gorgeous!!! Thank you for sharing!! Nostalgic cobble stone street, and an adorable bear shop! Oh I bet you wanted to move there hehe. xx Sarah

Sarah said...

I'd forgotten how pretty Elm Hill is! Named after the Elm tree down there I think?

My time down there I was taken aback about how beautifully it had been preserved.

The Bear Shop! I loved it in there! Obviously! Lol!

Hugs, Sarah x

April Cottage Ramblings said...

What a lovely street, I am more likely to spend my hols in the UK these days and pictures like this remind me why.
Jayne xx