Welcome to The LPV B****

Up top if you got the OC reference. While we’re on the OC, lets take a moment to think about Ryan Atwood and his wife beaters… mmm… that’s nice. Unless you’re more of a Seth, in that case, insert sweater vest thought here… yes Mom, I’m looking at you.

Today, I’d like to take you on a tour through The LPV version 2.0. Since the first thing you would see if you came to visit would be me (obviously), this is my front door. Please ignore the sad puppy in the window, he’s still looking for Honey Jr.

That there on the right is my back garden. It’s a bit of a wild mess, but we’ll get there. 
The new LPV has statues, pretty paths and interesting looking doors (the hay costs extra). 
The church has an interesting looking door too…
Can’t you picture Robin Hood busting out of it, sword drawn? 
(If Robin Hood was French, actually existed and hadn’t been dead for like, six hundred years.)

And how deliciously creepy is this building?
It’s been swallowed by a tree. That’s not normal at all. 
Just in case you think I’ve escaped the Nazi Ghost Zombies, I think I’ve found another one of their hideouts…

But I’m pretty sure kind and gentle faeries 
live in this windmill, so it all evens out.
bisou
 

41 responses to “Welcome to The LPV B****”

  1. Thanks for the tour! Looks like it is full of charm and undiscovered treasures!

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  2. C'est magnifique!!! Stones, stones, stones!! (How your heels are coping???)I'd kick the Nazi Ghost Zombies out of their hideout and would turn it to something fabulous! Can't wait to knock on that door, the one with the sad puppy face!!

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  3. Love this tour and you have taken some great photos. Sorry that you still have a sad puppy 😦 Diane

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  4. i adore it all, amazing!!!

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  5. So beautiful – how can you stand it?? Lovely photos by the way, you're a natural!

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  6. Those are so beautiful photos. I know you really enjoy the tour! 🙂philippines properties for sale

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  7. Very nice. As soon as I can, I will send you a pic of our front door, which has much in common with yours. Looks like a Beau village you've got there. 🙂

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  8. I love these pictures! Can I just say that you make me wish I was living across the pond so that I could see and experience some of this amazingness. 🙂

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  9. Nice…glad you like it.

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  10. The LPV v.2 looks pretty quaint. I never thought I would consider my town a bustling metropolis, but I guess it is in comparison!

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  11. Le Pretty Village 🙂

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  12. Thanks for the tour of LPV 2.0. I hope honey jr comes to visit from time to time.

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  13. I am loving the new LPV… everything is gawgous!Loving the mental imagery you invoked at the beginning too… mmmm….;-)

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  14. Love the chuck reference 😉 And the LPV 2.0 rocks! Look at the windmill…it's truly a windmill of dreams.

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  15. So weird. I was JUST on Skype with my mom where I was telling her that Olivia Wilde was the lesbian in season 2 of the OC. Yes, vital issues n' stuff.2. Did you know that I was an extra in almost every episode of season 1? ; )3. Thanks for the photos. I love your new digs! Careful of those Nazi ghost zombies!xo!

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  16. Oh my word, how beautiful! How lucky you are to be surrounded by such amazing things!

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  17. Wow! This has to one of the most beautiful places on earth. Ever. Is it? Because it looks like it.

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  18. Your photos are always so fabulous! Thank you for sharing!

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  19. You live in a story book place, I am convinced. I would like to come visit!!!

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  20. Such a pretty place!! I love the light in the last photo! Hope you are having a wonderful day!-JyotiStyle-Delights Blog

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  21. I LOVE THE NEW LPV!!!!!

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  22. I wish trick or treating was bigger in France (and wishing I was a little kid), because I would love to go up and knock on all the doors in the New LPV and see what's behind them and what type of candy I'd get!

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  23. I love LPV part II. It looks beautiful, all those old doors are magic. We paint our doors too much here in Ireland. We should let them fade like in France! I am sure you are going to be very happy living in such a beautiful village.Sharonxxxx

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  24. Fun doors are the best, and I hope you and the dog are being vigilant against those Nazi Zombie Ghosts! Love it for sure, can't wait to see more pictures!

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  25. aww those nazi zombies really do follow you around, damn. the house being swallowed by tree is creeping me out more, not going to lie.

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  26. From Nazi Ghost Zombies to Fairies, you cover it all!m.

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  27. What amazing photos! That windmill is beautiful, what a peaceful looking place 🙂

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  28. Jealous to the max dude! My jaw has indeed dropped.Look at your front door and that scenery, phew I loathe living in a big ugly city, I want out, waaaa!

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  29. i would love to visit and i don't think i would mind to stay in LPV :)it's just so pretty

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  30. so very pretty.jealous.OC- holla!

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  31. amaazing pictures:) super fresh and inspiring!!Leonorthesparklinglemon.blogspot.com

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  32. I love all the brick! It is so beautiful and reminds me of royal england for some reason haha. Very pretty!

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  33. I love these pictures!

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  34. Wow! These pictures are absolutely stunning! How lucky you are to live in a place like this! Love your blog!!

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  35. Looks idyllic – um, where's the wine bar again? 🙂

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  36. your photos are gorgeous!

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  37. ah. please stay in this house. i'm really going to come visit… just not this year. but soon. so stay put. k? thanks. ; )

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  38. LPV B**** is gorgeous! So so beautiful. And that tree-house? Never seen anything like it. Fantastic! (and a bit spooky?)

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  39. That's just an amazing place to live. Wow.

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  40. so beautiful!!! I absolutely love little French villages like this!

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