I have been away for the last twelve days on a wonderful trip to England. It was not a genealogy trip, though I did meet some cousins and did spend one afternoon in the London neighborhood where my Cohen ancestors lived between 1800 and 1851 or so. But otherwise it was a trip just to see a part of the world we hadn’t seen before. And before I return to the Goldsmiths and the rest of their saga, I will spend some time sharing our travel experiences in England.
I also need to spend some time catching up—with other blogs and with comments on my blog. This was a true escape from the internet for twelve days—except to answer a few important emails and to research the places we were seeing and visiting. So please be patient—I will catch up with everyone eventually.
For now, just a few photos of the three regions we visited in England—Cornwall, the Cotswolds, and London—each exciting and beautiful and interesting in very different ways.