Welcome to the 51st Tea Time Tuesday  
Today I want to take you on a tour of a park with a Gazebo in a small town near me.
View from across the street, notice the brick street, and old wonderful building
As you walk up the sidewalk, this is the view.
 The gazebo is decorated for each season , can you see the park benches on the left side?

I have always wanted to photograph this gazebo, and this day, I finally had my camera along.
This gazebo is at the only traffic light in town.
I just love the hearts, and the cupid beneath the gazebo

This is a better view of the park on the left
This cupid is so great, I do not know who the artist is, but I love it.
The small bushes below the cupids are covered in red lights

Close up the hearts and benches inside the gazebo 

Wouldn’t a Valentine’s Tea be lovely here in this Gazebo????
This small town has given me permission to have a Tea here, can’t wait to show you.
Waiting for a warmer day, if not I will be there one day next week. 
Here you can see the brick on the road
Hope to see you next week here in this Gazebo, having Tea!
Thank You for Joining me for Tea Time Tuesday
As Always Save A Cup Of Tea For Me!
Lady Katherine
I will be joining:
Marty at A Stroll Thru Life
 Susan at Between Naps On The Porch
Michael Lee at Designs By Gollum
Laurie at Bargain Hunting With Laurie
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  1. That gazebo is lovely. I’ve always loved gazebos, especially after seeing the gazebo in “The Sound of Music”. Yes, I think that would be a wonderful place for tea!! Love and hugs from Oregon, Heather 🙂

  2. How cute, nothing lovelier than a white gazebo…Love seeing all those old buildings still in use too…

    We have a “gazebo garden” in town behind the old railway depot, both the watermelon festival and the Christmas festival are held there each yer…I will have to share pix I took of my mum and Aunt with lil Sara there this past summer…

    Look forward to seeing your tea here.

    Blessings Kelsie

  3. Hi Lady Katherine …

    Those cherubs on the gazebo itself are so cute! I am so looking forward to seeing your tea. How fun, though I know you are going to work hard on getting it all set up.

    I love that old building too. Take care and God bless,


  4. Looks like the Gazebo is in the spirit of Valentine, it looks so cute with the cupid and the hearts, whoever did it is very talented, i love the old building too! happy Tea Time Tuesday! 🙂

  5. I do not recall ever seeing any town I have lived in celebrate Valentine’s Day like that. Do you know who made the cherubs? Does the gazebo get decorated for all holiday and special celebrations?

  6. Hi Lady Katherine,

    I must be a charming town — I love the creative energy and spirit of fun that went into decorating the gazebo. How exciting that you’re going to do one of your famous TEA Parties there! I know it will be wonderful!

    Have a very happy Valentine’s Day, dear Lady.


  7. Oh how beautiful! I am visiting via a linky.
    I wanted to invite you to the two linky parties I am planning. The first will be on February 23~ High Tea Tablescapes. Details can be found on my Wednesday posts. There will be PRIZES!

    Happy Valentine’s Day!

  8. Hi Lady Katherine,

    Oh, what a wonderful and beautiful post you have given us today. I am sure that you and your sweet husband will never forget this Valentines Day (and how hard you worked!). My favorite photos are the ones of you; you look so pretty and happy.

    Thanks so much for all of your hard work, and God bless you.


  9. Hi lovely lady. I love your tea time Valentine’s Day party so sweet just like you.
    Im having a [GIVE-A-WAY} on my Tablescapes By Diane !! This would look lovely on you come see.

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