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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

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Dear Mary Anne, thanks so much for taking me along on your Norway trip. I just had a two week vacation and had to start work again yesterday and am now vicariously living through you and that's a good life. I love all the pics and all your experiences and how you fall in love with every place you go. So...keep those posts coming please!

Greetings Moss Cottage, I'm sitting here waving back at yah,Sounds like your having a wonderful day, you should open up a travel shop and teach us how to enjoy our travels:-) Have a wonderful day,Linda

Nice seeing you in the post and the photos are awesome. What a wonderful place you have come upon.

Look at your happy, beautiful face! I'm loving the fjords, the cool weather, the crisp, clean look of everything Norway. What a trip! (((((hug)))))

and i'm waving back! loving this trip!

Another wave-back from overhere! Thank you for bringing such a lot of fresh moving air and Beauty Galore to me, too. I'm charmed and delighted too. xxxj

What fun were having. I love your descriptions , it's like being with you. Happy day, my soul is singing with you

Such a grand adventure you are having...waving back and snuggling deep, deep into your pockets...my hidey hole for the trip...as always thanks for reporting from the very best places and giving us a front row view.

Love the photos, especially the bathroom selfy. Hugs to you on your journey!!
Briana G.

I'm waving back from Florida & very very jealous!!

I hope you know we will need to take a ride on the blue lady when I come. (that's the white lady's second cousin)

I'm so enjoying the trip. Even felt the chill and the sun on the boat ride. Love the idea of quiet time to art, cook and jump naked into the water and dry off on the lovely blue quilt with red stitches. oh my..........waving hello back at cha.

A wave from Canada! I am loving this boat ride. Usually I get pretty sea sick but I'm not feeling a trace this time 'round!

Thank you, thank you for this great trip, and most of all for sharing it with me. I know others share it too, but you have that great ability to make it seem like it's really for me. That's how it feels and that's how I am enjoying it. I can't tell you how much I LOVE opening your blog and seeing a new post and photos. Thank you again!
jacki long

I saw you, spraddling the railings, arms outstretched and yelling "I'm Journal Meister of the World!" That's what the captain was focusing his attention on. Then you went below decks to use the head and practice your waving before you took the self portrait. Bit of a royal wave you have going there. So fun to be a pocket companion. But, what have we eaten today? Not complaining, just bunnies need lots of nourishment. And, I heard you mumbling some Norweigen that sounded like "Nick-vat Journin volk succkret." Does that mean we are going to a Norwegian Pastry Shop?

I LOVE travelling with you! It's like reading a good book, waking up to a new chapter every morning, can't wait to see what you get up to next! M

*Waving* Hubby, friends and I went on a similar fjord excursion in Alaska. Magical.

So I said to my husband, "You really need to see these photos that Mary Ann Moss is taking of her trip. If the Pacific Northwest was in Europe, and so it had cobblestones and little quaint colorful cottages...and instead of inhabited by coffee fiends, it was instead inhabited by faeries and trolls? Yeah. That's what it looks like." (and I love, love, love the PacNW with a passion. Just so's you know.)

What a great picture of you there waving!

You are the best tour guide ever!

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