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December 31, 2005



Absolutely lovely! Thank you for sharing! Though I think you all need some snow. haha Loved the pig. Happy New Year to you & yours!


Great pics !
I had to laugh,but not in an unkind way. The oldest,still in use,cottage in Whitby [tht we've found] was built in 1460 !

Happy New Year to you and yours.


Happy New Year Bron :) Thanks for the tour. The piggie is adorable!


Great photos! I really like the photos of the altar as well as the pig.

Happy New Year!!!


Great photo tour Bron. And thanks for the pig shot. What a snooty look on that snoot, eh?

Happy New Year to you and your family. I have a feeling things will be moving in the right direction.

Amy Boogie

Very neat. I love historic stuff like this.


Thank you for posting these photos. I lived in New Mexico many years ago, and you helped bring back some fond memories.


I'm glad you liked the pics, Pam. :) New Mexico is a really lovely state - now it would be hard for me to live anywhere else!

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