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UK Cloud House/Mist House/Whichever House :) - 2015

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Good evening everyone, it's been a while!

Now this place drove me and a few people half crazy when we were trying to pinpoint its location. But we persevered, found it, and boy it didn't disappoint.. Well maybe a little at first haha, but after the mystery of the missing items (most of what you will see in the shots) was solved everything was hunkydory. (AFTER SOME DRAMA LLAMA)

A beautiful cottage slap bang in the middle of nowhere - it would have been a delight to live in with the rolling hills in the distance, if a little isolated from society. Just how I like them!

So Scrappy and I set off, wellies packed and rambled over to Cloud House. I'll be honest. There were no Clouds, but river running though my boots house doesn't have the same ring to it. Nor does Gust house.

Anyhoo, on with the pics :)

Now... how do I put pics on this thing....

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Hope you enjoyed :) Katia x

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Looks like you figured how to add pics and they look excellent. We need to update the flickr manual as it is a bit outdated since they changed their format. Thanks for posting up :thumb

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Thats spot on Katia ,Great shots there.

We have noticed the flicker guide posted needs to be updated which will be done shortly.

Thanks for the share mate :thumb

Sorry Raw you beat me to it lol :D

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Great set of shots there my love, and it was awefully grim walking there wasn't it haha.

awwwwwwwwww lully!!! fantastic shots!!! ( bastard place lol..xmas was almost late in my house because of this!! lol )

Same here NK, I was behind with my shopping! haha

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Great set of shots there my love, and it was awefully grim walking there wasn't it haha.

Same here NK, I was behind with my shopping! haha

my kids where seriously worried by the lack of decorations and presants as usually its piled everywhere and all done!!! dam place!!

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