Photos – RAF Mildenhall, UK – 1995-2001 (Set Sixty Nine – Flowers in Bloom, Meadow View Cottage, Bridge Street Hamlet, Suffolk, England – Summer 1997)

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2 thoughts on “Photos – RAF Mildenhall, UK – 1995-2001 (Set Sixty Nine – Flowers in Bloom, Meadow View Cottage, Bridge Street Hamlet, Suffolk, England – Summer 1997)

  1. It’s hard to believe that you rented for those many years. I wish I encountered renters like you. The roses are beautiful, but then, so is everything else. Your lovely wife did a magnificent job making your home so warm and cozy. I’ve never been to England, but have heard exactly what you stated; the sun doesn’t shine often. I think I would hate that; being a California girl through and through. Lovely post…thanks for sharing.

  2. Tammy,

    Thank you for your very kind words! My wife loves to decorate and has always done a wonderful job taking care of her two guys! Our philosophy has always been that we’re the ‘caretakers’ of all that is given and entrusted to us in life, so we care for them the best we can while they’re in our service and use…and give away the things that are ours, once we no longer need them. It’s actually very fulfilling to give something away that we’ve owned for years that still looks brand new. We’ve always applied the same philosophy to renting homes, because they’ve been entrusted to our care. It may be an ‘old fashioned’ philosophy, but that’s the only way we’ve ever lived!

    The sun does shine in England, perhaps more than you might think – but it usually doesn’t stick around for very long. Most days are partly cloudy or overcast for at least part of the day. Despite the weather, we really loved our time in England…and would move back again in a heartbeat! 🙂

    Cheers,

    Mark

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