This is the ‘Arden’ Gazebo, just think what adding another chair, two glasses and a full ice bucket could do for an afternoon – empty cup indeed !
This is the ‘Full’ Burford, the big sister to the ‘Half’ Burford you can see in ‘Arbours’
‘Gazebo’ What does this lovely word conjure up to you ? Because nobody knows where it came from, so let’s let our imagination roam a bit.
How about a small African deer trying to hide ?
Or perhaps poor young Rapunzel, searching, always searching for a travelling hairdresser?
Well, for some reason it reminds me of very nosy Giraffes.
O.K. I know - I’m just being very silly now.
But the word just suddenly appeared in the 18th century, coined by a chap called Halfpenny in his book ‘New Designs for Chinese Temples’ – obviously a big demand for Chinese Temples back in 1752 !