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Cottage built by an early settler, Captain Bruce, for his widowed brother-in-law, John Donnet, and his nieces (John Donnet’s daughters) when they arrived from Scotland in 1855. Akaroa, NZ. May 2022
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Thanks Dobra, it is very appealing.


I really like that!


Gorgeous description, thanks Patti

It is Brian, glad you thought so too. Thanks mate


Lovely colour combination on this charming cottage Lady Jillian cheers mate .....B


Pure charm!


You are right Janet at least 3 months. Cheers


A lovely and welcoming place for the family to call home after such a long journey, which must have taken months in those days


Thank you Andie for your lovely comment and I am glad you enjoyed it ❣️


What a nice man ,very generous towards his family and so full of compassion .
I love the red colour and the lovely fence with the roses.Thanks Jill ,enjoyed your photo very much.


Nice to know you have enjoyed them Janet, thank you. Hugs 🤗

Yes Jacquie129 you are exactly right. All is well here, thank you 😊

To use Jacquie’s word it is rather striking Val. Glad you enjoyed it all, thank you ❣️

Lynette it is both bold and quaint, thank you 🤗


Beautiful building and a great colour 😀


Lovely photo love the fence and Roses thank you Jill ☺♥

@mariolyn another fence ☺☺


The colours are striking, especially in this season! TFS, dear Jill, and I trust all is well with you too.


What a gorgeous house thanks so much Jill, I'm loving seeing these quaint homes. Hugs. ♥♥


Eva Sweden is the place we think of when we see red homes, lovely to see you. Thanks 💕

Certainly eye catching Beth. Thank you


Love the red colour x


It really looks “At Home” in Sweden🇸🇪 Thanks Jill❣️


Tis fun, thanks Suzy.

“Perky” that’s a great adjective for this place. Red homes are not a common sight here either. Thanks Jerry

Rose so pleased you enjoyed it, thank you 🤗

You are right daasha it was a generous thing to do. Warm greetings to you also. ❤️

Jill, that was very good of the captain. The cottage is very nice. Thanks and warm greetings. ♥♥♥


Thank you Jill, very nice building. Hugs!


@JillianB A perky house for sure. It's painted in the same color family as those that fellow Jigidier Bonshonzlefonz is encountering in Sweden on his holiday. Don;t see this much here but for on barns and farm outbuildings. Love it. TFP


Roses gone wild!!! Love this!

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