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A Distressed Gee Bee

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Posted by Trumble's Mum on March 13, 2018 Slideshow

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15 Comments

Zoe H
10:02 AM on March 14, 2018 
I love the garden.
Maddy
7:08 AM on March 14, 2018 
I agree, it is a most beautiful house.
Val Hill
2:48 AM on March 14, 2018 
I think this is the nicest GB house I've seen
lallyp
7:47 PM on March 13, 2018 
Delightful house! I am a fan of Gee Bees too
Linda B
4:28 PM on March 13, 2018 
I have several Gee Bee houses, but this one is gorgeous. I love the garden, it really adds to the overall appearance.
theinfill.wordpress.com
3:38 PM on March 13, 2018 
Sorry can't get this to quote you Jenni. We got out much earlier in the week, thank goodness but the post round here hasn't caught up with itself yet ;)
Trumble's Mum
3:07 PM on March 13, 2018 
theinfill.wordpress.com says...
What a wonderful design of house and in such super soft colours (poss fading with time but glorious). Very welcoming I reckon


I really like this colour scheme too. part of me thinks I should strip it back but the large part thinks I would have been happier with it as it is now, even as a child.

So glad to touch base as I can't get Webs to let me message privately. Thank you for the parcel - we finally escaped the(' snow drift in the lane and got out to shop and mail things last Saturday, so hope my card reached you.
Jenni
Rosemary
1:31 PM on March 13, 2018 
Pretty. Much nicer than the bright ones!
theinfill.wordpress.com
1:07 PM on March 13, 2018 
What a wonderful design of house and in such super soft colours (poss fading with time but glorious). Very welcoming I reckon
Edel
12:55 PM on March 13, 2018 
Ohh, this is gorgeous, so much nicer than my childhood Gee Bee from 1974. I'm really glad for you that you have it, Jenni.
Trumble's Mum
12:54 PM on March 13, 2018 
Ah! Brooksey, who can't comment on photos, just reminded me of where i'd seen an article by Rebecca, showing this house in its original paintwork.
I'd forgotten that Gee Bee was often marketed by Tudor Toys so couldn't find it in the magazine index.
Look at the article on page 5 of magazine #22, if you want to see it.
Thanks, Brooksey!
jenny
12:17 PM on March 13, 2018 
Oohh gorgeous! It looks quite an early one, possibly late 1940's? and in quite good condition. Like Jan I like the muted shades.
Jan
11:22 AM on March 13, 2018 
Don't know much about them, think unusually brighter colours but I like the muted look of this house.
Jan
11:19 AM on March 13, 2018 
So pretty.
Badger
10:22 AM on March 13, 2018 
Ooh, I like it! Is that a garden gate? No help though, I?m afraid.

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