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Thread: Colins Barn 'aka' The Hobbit House

  1. #21
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    Default wow


    when i looked at the first couple of pics i thought it was just a normal collection the ladders and bbq showing it was being used. then suddenly the outside pics started, i couldnt believe my eyes, magical fantastic words cant say just how fantastic the place is. thank you.

    Honourable Lady Kathleen Forsyth-Smith Lady of Glencoe and Tyrone.
    "Forgive your enemies, but never forget their names."
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    Awesome!
    That place looks cool!

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    I have to say i held my breathe while looking at those photos.....absolutly stunning, wonderful, quirky one of a kind building. I am so jealous that you were there in the flesh....:)

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    I Was Just Flicking Through This, Looking At Some Pictures, Then When I See That Outside Picture, I Went Strait Back Up To The Top And Read All That History And Information
    This Place Is Beautiful!!
    Left Hope It Stays Secret :)

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    I wanna live there! Thats sooo cute!
    Time for bed...

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    superb pics!what a great site, obviously a labour of love. The amount of work that has gone into it is amazing, i hope its well looked after.

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    Nice set. I know where this place is but when I tried to have a look I got refused access. Will have to try again sometime.

    PS - no I won't say where it is either - sorry
    "The cure for boredom is curiosity; there is no cure for curiosity."—Dorothy Parker

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    oh its like a fairy tale.. . stunning x

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    superbly interesting place this :)

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    Thumbs up What a find


    All i can say is WOW what a find

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    Keep up the great work:p
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