Friday, June 22, 2012

Corgi Cottage Tours


We're sweeping the front steps and can't wait to see you all this weekend for the Corgi Cottage Tours!

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  1. How I wish it were possible to come and visit Corgi Cottage!

    Would you ever consider a Virtual Tour or a DVD Tour of dear Tasha's Corgi Cottage? You could charge a fee for the virtual "visit" (and sell the DVD, of course) and it would allow many kindred spirits to experience her home (because for many of us, a trip to Vermont will never be possible).

    Wishing and hoping,
    Shan
    Honey Hill Farm

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    1. Dear Shan, So many people have been suggesting this lately. We have certainly put it on our Customer Request list and will keep everyone informed should it come to fruition! It would be very exciting, I agree.

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  2. Sounds like so much fun! Hope one day I can take one!~

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  3. Wish I could be there :)
    Blessings

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  4. Hi Everyone! Just got back home to Maryland. I was on Saturday afternoon's tour and had a wonderful time. Thank you to Winslow, Seth, Marjorie, and Natalie for everything they shared and for taking the time to talk to me and answer my questions. I imagine it is a lot of work to get ready for a tour and I greatly appreciated the opportunity to see inside Tasha's house and experience it all first hand. Truly a forever memory for me. Thanks!

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    1. Dear Cathy,
      What sweet words. We are humbled to be a part of your forever memories...truly special indeed. Thank you so much for visiting us, and please come again! Maybe in the fall next time?!
      Best,
      Natalie

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  5. For anyone wanting to get a real sense of the woman named Tasha Tudor, and still have the sensation that she is in the rooms of her house, or in her gardens, I suggest that your put all thoughts of vacation time next spring into a trip to Vermont, and take the Corgi Cottage Tours. I had the extraordinary pleasure of participating in the Saturday morning tour, and it was fabulous! I cannot think it an easy thing for the family to open up their hearts and the home of Tasha to strangers, but they do, and do so graciously and hospitably. I saw so much, inside and outside her house, roaming through the gardens, and taking in the breathtaking views, that even today I wake up marveling at the life of the artist, the gardener, the animal lover, the woman devoted to her family: Tasha Tudor!
    Next year can't come soon enough! Pamela

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  6. How I would love to be visiting & taking one of your Corgi Cottage Tours.
    We spent a Summer Holiday in Vermont in '86 and had a wonderful time ... lots of driving (I live in Canada)but well worth it.
    ~ Happy July 4th ♥

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