33 thoughts on “Some pictures…

  1. hilarymb Sep 24, 2019 / 13:06

    Lovely photos Keith – it’s a beautiful house … and thanks for the one of the statue … cheers Hilary

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    • Keith's Ramblings Sep 25, 2019 / 16:34

      The statue is impressive, it’s hewn from a tree trunk. Delighted you liked them Hilary – I guess you’ve been there.

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    • hilarymb Sep 25, 2019 / 18:19

      Yes Keith – but never on my own to wander around and that I’d like to so sometime. Oh I tell a lie! – I did go out to a talk on closing down the house down at Christmas time – that was really interesting … I did write 2 posts about that … but didn’t wander in the freezing garden … I really must get out and have a look round next year … cheers Hilary

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  2. Natasha Sep 25, 2019 / 07:17

    Dear Keith,

    Mighty Morning. 🙂

    Thank you so much for sharing these pictures of UK’s Kipling country. I remember you mentioning it to me a few moons back, when I had written about the forests of Kanha and Pench that inspired Kipling to write The Jungle Book.
    Blessed to get a peak of his quaint and beautiful home. Shared it with my Boss man also, as my company has several eco-lodges in these destinations in Central India, including a few others around.

    Taking the liberty of adding your post to our #WordlessWednesday linky. In case you might have missed doing so.

    Have a glorious week!

    https://natashamusing.com/2019/09/a-birthday-to-remember-wordlesswednesday/

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    • Keith's Ramblings Sep 25, 2019 / 16:41

      His study is just as he left it, glasses, pens and all – and it’s a bit of a mess!

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    • Keith's Ramblings Sep 25, 2019 / 16:42

      Not just the house, but the grounds are amazing – a mix of formal and wild. A great place to sit and think.

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  3. Esha Sep 25, 2019 / 14:05

    Loved the virtual tour of Kipling’s beautiful home in the country! What a beautiful estate! I’d love to step into the study and imagine how it must have been to be sitting on that chair and writing all those wonderful books that he did! So thrilled that you shared this post today, Keith and thank you for joining us for #ww!
    Wishing you a lovely rest of the week.

    Cheers

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  4. Sandee Sep 25, 2019 / 14:21

    I would love to explore this place. Wow. It’s beautiful and so are the grounds.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Keith. 🙂

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  5. pythoroshan Sep 25, 2019 / 17:40

    That pic of the interior is so awesome… Dream room for people like me.

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  6. Wendy Ross Sep 25, 2019 / 18:10

    What a lovely place! I’d certainly like to visit there sometime. Thanks for sharing, and thanks for linking up over at Life on Chickadee Lane.

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  7. wkar Sep 25, 2019 / 18:13

    What a lovely place! I’d love to visit there some time. Yeah, big dream. Ha! Thanks for linking up over at Life on Chickadee Lane.

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  8. Suzana Sep 25, 2019 / 18:46

    Very interesting this special place.
    Thank you for sharing these images!
    Happy WW!

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