England Trip - Tea in the Garden Day 1

A quick post of some photos from our first day in England! 
We had Tea in the Garden...

Clotted Cream! 

Our lovely hosts... Alan and Ilse

Mom and I getting excited to try clotted cream for the first time! 

Alan's Fabulous Scones

Ilse's yummy Lemon Drizzle Cake


Alan's Alpine Strawberries... the kind Jane Austen would enjoy! 



'Til next time! Cherrio! 

11 comments:

  1. How how LOVELY!!!!!

    Yes, isn't real clotted cream amazing? It's more like butter - isn't supposed to be very sweet.

    The way to properly eat scones: spoon some clotted cream on your plate, spoon some jam on your plate- break off a piece of scone, take your knife and put c cream and jam on the little piece and eat. Repeat till gone.

    Thought you may want to know this in case you didn't! Jane Austen would be so happy and proud of you!

    You look a lot like your pretty Momma. What a pretty garden. So enjoying taking this trip with you both! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  2. I am traveling vicariously throughout England and Germany with the 2 of you as I know that I won't get there. I really enjoyed the photos and hearing about the lovely tea in the garden! The flowers looked so pretty, and your food made me hungry! Enjoy!

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  3. It looks like so much fun. Thanks for a great visit. Blessings, Martha

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  4. Your first day in England is so special. The scones and the cake, plus a garden with good friends are all so wonderful. Thanks for sharing your trip with us.

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  5. Why don't you link this to my Tea in The Garden Blog Party!

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  6. Oh, my goodness -- I didn't realize you'd have photos up so soon! Love the mom/daughter photo as well as seeing the friendly hosts, yummy foods, gorgeous flowers ... this week I am traveling vicariously through your blog!

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  7. Thank you so much for sharing photos of your first day in England, and it looks like you're off to a GREAT start with tea in the garden! The scones with clotted cream and strawberry preserves looks delicious! Beautiful gardens too. Have a wonderful time! So happy for you!

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  8. So lovely! Tea time in the garden is the perfect way to begin your glorious adventure. Hope you enjoy every minute and thank you for sharing this wonderful time with all of us.

    Hugs,
    Mary Jane

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  9. I have been thinking of both of you. Thanks so much for sharing a bit of your traveling tea time with us. We met one of the exchange students attending our school this year. He is a wonderful German boy who enjoyed playing cards at our camper during the county fair. Hope the rest of your trip is as wonderful as both of you.
    Sips and Smiles,
    Teresa

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  10. I have been thinking of both of you. Glad to see you are enjoying tea time during your travels! We met one of the exchange students attending our school this year. The sweet "German" boy enjoyed playing cards at our camper during the county fair.
    Sips and Smiles,
    Teresa

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  11. Everything looks so yummy! Love today's tea! Have a great week. Blessings, Martha

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