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June 26, 2008

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Oooh, seeing those words 'Timothy Taylor' has made me feel quite thirsty. And it's only 9.09 in the morning!!! I've never been to Haworth at this time of the year - only in the autumn/winter, so it's lovely to see those meadows in flower.

Hello! Add my name to the draw please - even though I've been woefully remiss and not commented for ages!!!

Found you via Karen's blog and wanted to say.. please count me in :-) I love your site and will definitely be back to visit.

What great photos. Your site is fascinating. Please enter me and thanks for this chance.

awesome place you got there. love the 1st 2 shots. :)

if you're sending international, please toss my name in the hat.

thanks. :)

I have The Road to Haworth so will not enterm but just wanted to comment as I adore Haworth and am going up again in September with my little camera so expect lots of photos from me as well!

Lovely photos. I was disappointed we never got to Haworth when we were in England. I'd love to have my name thrown in the hat.
BTW, I've added the links to your giveaways on my giveaway post.

Those are great photos! I'd love to add my name to the hat, please.

Your photos make a trip to Haworth very tempting and I will add it to my list of places to visit next time I am in England. In the meantime, please do toss my name in that hat. I would love to read the book!

Oh, oh, oh, that sounds wonderful! Please sign me up! I found you through In Spring it is the Dawn. Lovely photographs! I particularly like that ram on The Fleece's shingle. He made me smile.

Oh, oh, oh, that sounds wonderful! Please sign me up! I found you through In Spring it is the Dawn. Lovely photographs! I particularly like that ram on The Fleece's shingle. He made me smile.

I love everything to do with the Bronte's. I was born and brought up in Yorkshire, although I've spent most of my life in Cornwall, I am still a Yorkshire girl at heart. When I was in my teens I used to go up to Haworth and stayed with my Auntie who lived nearby. I just loved the whole area and I swear you could feel the atmosphere all around you. My favourite of the books is 'Wuthering Heights', know matter how many times I've read it I always seem to find something new in it.But really they are all brilliant. I haven't been back for many years but I'm now going to put it on my list of where to go in my retirement.

I love your blog so interesting and so informative as well. I read the Fearny book when it first came out and yes it is a book that stays with you for a long time.

Jennifer Dee

Oo, how interesting. Throw me in, please!

Include my name too. Thanks

Thanks for the prompt delivery and for directing me to this fascinating blog - Susan Hill's book is now on my 'to read' list. Please add me to the draw too.

Please count me in, too.

I think I'm too late, oh well. Please enter me if I'm not.

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