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Wordsworth's Daffodils, Ullswater

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F. Koromy [Cumbria, England]

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Mother Furay [San Diego, California]

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Dear Mother Furay, The tour is packed with pilgrimages to literary spots. It is too late for dafoodils but we saw the spot where Wordsworth saw them. The yellow iris are out now. Grasmere is the most charming of the tiny villages. We are learning names of English flowers; harebell, catsfoot, cranes bill. Yesterday we saw musk roses. F. Koromy

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Ullswater, Lake (England), Lakes & ponds, Flowers

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