Tuesday, 10 August 2010

Gypsy caravans.....

The sun seems to have shone for weeks and weeks  this summer, which is just what I love, and another thing I love is gypsy caravans.


Imagine my delight when I saw three of these beautful creations coming down the road when I was in Borobridge  last week


The one leading had a little Jack Russel that looked a bit like a fox sitting at the front and
looking as proud as punch as he travelled along


Of course by the time I'd fumbled in my bag for my camera they'd nearly passed us and I didn't get a shot of the inside,  but they were all beautifully painted and decked out with beds etc.


I think in the next life I'll be a gypsy and travel around in one of those beautifully painted caravans where of course it would always be summer!!

What would you like to be in the next life???


Bye for now

Love Luceyxxx


6 comments:

Meri Wiley said...

Hi Lucey,

Thank you, thank you, thank you. I absolutely adore Gypsy caravans, and I agree......in my next life I want to be a gypsy, too! I've been dreaming all my life as to how it would be decorated inside and out. I've also wanted a small river barge to go up and down all the exotic rivers in Europe. To just travel slowly down a lazy river, watching the castles go by mmmmmm......thank you for sharing the experience.

Hugs,
Meri

A Thrifty Mrs said...

So beautiful.

Celestial Charms said...

Love, love, love Gypsy Caravans. Such a sight!
Maureen

sitting oh so pretty said...

They are gorgeous. Makes you wish for a life on the open road! By the way like the garden makeover..looks fab!!xxx

Pea Green Kitty said...

I can totally appreciate your love of gypsy caravans, they are so beautiful.
What was the occasion, do you know?
I have family in Boroughbridge, its a cute little place.
Next time you are there, head to a nearby village called Rosecliffe, it is a pretty and typically English village with THE BEST pub, The Crown, Lovely food!.
xx

Ms Charity Case said...

I also love the idea of being a gypsy and having one of those caravans, the only problem I can see is where would you keep all your craft supplies?