Following on from last week, we visited a home near the church at Poorvoo.
The lady who lived here kept one room as it used to be for visitors to see how they used to live. The bunk beds were built into the wall to save space.
She then invited us to walk around the grounds.
This car is her husband's pride and joy. She told us that back in the 50s - 60s he was a successful racing driver and won many trophies.
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What a lovely place to explore. Love the car. Beautiful. You do the most fun things. Thank you for sharing your adventures with us.ReplyDelete
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Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Jackie. Big hug. ♥
That's a beautiful place, love the bunk beds!ReplyDelete
This certainly is a fascinating place, i'm glad you got to take pictures and share them.ReplyDelete
The car is beautiful.
I agree what a lovely place LQQKS very peaceful there, they are the fanciest bunk beds I have ever seen heheh! :-)ReplyDelete
Have a topdecktastic week Jackie 👍
So special this place. Honestly, I would love to have this interior design. It's so serene!ReplyDelete
From time to time we have here some contests with old vehicles. My whole admiration for this kind of people who love to restore and use them.
Thank you for this post, Jackie!
Happy WW and a fine week ahead! 😘❤️
Quite the interesting place and that gun would have startled us. It seems very out of place.ReplyDelete
I like the room, it looks cozy. XOReplyDelete
Love the cozy room!ReplyDelete
Such an interesting place to explore!
Hugs and blessings, Jackie!
You have found a great and interesting place to explore. Love the bunk bed and things you found around the ground.ReplyDelete
A lovely home, inside and out.ReplyDelete
What a terrific place to visit! I can imagine taking on restoring an artillery piece, but I guess someone has to do it!ReplyDelete