Saturday, May 11, 2019

Scenes From a Saturday Stroll

This morning, we clipped the lead to our smallest and most adorable neighbour and headed out for our morning walk. It was a lovely walk. Come on along and enjoy the scenery! 😎🚢🌞
Lough Head Bridge, built ca 1770, and Bungostee River
garden
edge of the harbour--off to the right you can barely see the fishing boats in the harbour

Stragar River
scarecrow in the garden above--our wee furry friend protected us from this thing by standing there and growling at it
so much to investigate--what's in there?
abandoned cottage and old tree trunk
flowering tree

no idea what this is, but there are a lot of them embedded in the lane
very tall and rhododendrons--very bright in the sunlight and quite spectacular in person--not a great pic
sculpture by Mother Nature
Our furry friend was tuckered out when we got home after all that exploring. One day Bill and I will go further down the road we were on and see what there is to see.

I hope this is a lovely day in your neck of the woods!

4 comments:

Vicki said...

What wonderful sites to see on your walk, and with such a cute doggy! It's a nice warm 91° here today.

NanaDiana said...

My gosh, Shari. What beautiful photos!!! I love that I could take a walk-about with you. We are cool and rainy here this weekend and nothing blooming yet! xo Diana

Aritha said...

Great! What a nice area, country do you live in. Love the flowers and the bridge and... Yes, take Bill and go for a walk!

Shari Burke said...

Vicki--he is a cutie pie. Hope you're enjoying the weather where you are. 91 would do me in--I am waaaay too hot when it's in the 60s!

Diana--I could go for a few nice rainy days! Hope things start blooming soon!

Aritha--we live in the west of Ireland and love it--it's beautiful here and we walk just about every day.