Saturday, March 1, 2014

Walking all around, My Old Historic House.


Pamela Gordon said...

Richard, you have so many beautiful collections around your house. I enjoy seeing bits and pieces of them. I hope you are well and getting in the winter. Take care. Spring is on the way. :)

Susan said...

Oh my GOSH, Richard. That was an amazing walk! Love the sculpture the most. Susan

Victorian1885 said...

Thank you for sharing your beautiful treasures with us Richard. I love visiting your Home!

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Richard you are so funny! A post with no words. I know you've stated before that you wonder if people even read what you say or just look at the photos. So this time they really will be looking at the photos only, huh? :)
Your beautiful things always take my breath away! So lovely. Thanks for sharing all that beauty.
Hope you and Sissy Dog are doing well.
Take care,

debchester said...

Delicious eye candy! Such lovely, lovely things.

Thanks for sharing. It's almost as good as a tour in person, and it makes me want to come visit your gorgeous house more than ever. Maybe this summer I can finally make that happen.


Charlotte Wilson said...

Richard, Thanks for sharing some of your collection. I especially love your cow pitchers.


Sissysmom said...

I would love to walk around my house and see as much beauty as you do when you walk around yours!!!

Curtains in My Tree said...

I don't think I would ever get tired of walking around the mansion, your house.
You have more beautiful things in your house of any other house I have ever been in
I think we are going to get a break finally on this harsh winter so Clarksville will be looking for spring soon

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maria13corvette said...

Richard, you did it again my heart was content to see all your beautiful things. I would never get tired of looking only dusting!
Completely enjoyed every picture. I go in look again, again and again. Thank you!

victorian parlor II said...

Stunningly beautiful!!!



bfish said...

Beautiful pictures of beautiful and treasured things -- as others have noted I hope you'll show more. Let your readers know that you're getting through the winter alright (and that Sissy is as well, of course).