One of the nicest places to be on a mist morn - lake tranquility.
Saturday, 29 October 2016
Friday, 28 October 2016
Early morning sunrise at the lake.
Filtered sunbeams through the fallen leaves.
Thanks for your visit and comments and to our hosts
Skywatch Friday HERE
Tanya's Willy Nilly Friday HERE
Weekend Reflections HERE
Thursday, 27 October 2016
Sharing a few Good Fences from the Folk Park again, this time at Uriah Hupp's Western Pennsylvanian log cabin.
Love the white picket fence, of course.
Very inviting, let's go visit.
I could move right in and enjoy the porch.
Thanks for coming by and be sure to visit Good Fences by clicking the link below.
Have a great day!
Wednesday, 26 October 2016
In the Middle of Belfast, on Donegal Pass, I came across this interesting fun community garden project. The name makes me smile!
The fruit and vegetables grown there are sold by volunteers on the site and they also offer tea and coffee with tomato sandwiches and the liken for hungry passers-by. The nice lady I spoke to also gave me a little bit of the history of the area.
A bright spot in the middle of the city.
Linking with Signs, Signs HERE
Have a great day!
Monday, 24 October 2016
Saturday, 22 October 2016
I'm joining Eileen for Saturday's Critters with some pics of the poultry we saw at the Folk Park. The hen above, was dressed in her seasonal best - almost camouflaged!
These girls were too busy to pay us much mind.
See more critters at Viewing Nature with Eileen HERE
Friday, 21 October 2016
|The Log Cabin|
|Mirror to the Past Life of a Post Office|
|Reflections of a Colonial Past|
|Reflecting on today's Prescription|
and James for hosting Weekend Reflections HERE
Hope you enjoy your weekend!
Thursday, 20 October 2016
So this is as close as I can come to New England in the Fall. In the Ulster American Folk Park, the idea is that you experience the journey many made from Ireland in the 1800's when they emigrated to the New World and settled in America. You 'arrive' in the New World via a replica dry docked boat and then the museum has recreated typical housing and buildings from Pennsylvania and West Virginia and the newest home is the Tennessee Rogan Plantation house.
The fencing has even been recreated. Below is the original stone house built in Lancaster county PA by Samuel Fulton who emigrated from Donegal in 1724.
The day was perfect to enjoy the fall leaves.
A special piece of America in Northern Ireland!
Linking with Tex' Good Fences where you can see fences from around the globe.
Many thanks for coming by and commenting!
Wednesday, 19 October 2016
Tuesday, 18 October 2016
Lets head along the laneways of County Tyrone among the whitewashed cottages and here is the Mass House - I loved the shadows on the wall above.
Simple thatched cottage with its own charm
The one room school house - smoke rising from the peat burning in the fireplace
Lessons are in full swing and these youngsters seem to be soaking it up!
Linking with Tom's Tuesday's Treasures Here