Lallybroch

The whole Scene:

At Lally­broch itself, I poked about the house and grounds, mak­ing myself use­ful wher­ev­er I could, most­ly in the gar­dens. Besides the love­ly lit­tle orna­men­tal gar­den, the manor had a small herb gar­den and an immense kitchen gar­den or kai­l­yard that sup­plied turnips, cab­bages, and veg­etable mar­rows.
Jamie was every­where; in the study with the account books, in the fields with the ten­ants, in the horse barn with Ian, mak­ing up for lost time. There was some­thing more than duty or inter­est in it, too, I thought. We would have to leave soon; he want­ed to set things run­ning in a path that would con­tin­ue while he was gone, until he—until we—could return for good.
I knew we would have to leave, yet sur­round­ed by the peace­ful house and grounds of Lally­broch and the cheer­ful com­pa­ny of Jen­ny, Ian, and small Jamie, I felt as though I had come home at last.

Picture from Outlander

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Excer­pts and Quo­tes by Diana Gabal­don from “Out­lan­der“
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