Sunday, March 28, 2010


Can you imagine the struggle having to BUILD this back in that day ?
( please enlarge to appreciate the details )

I have to post these when I get them..or I will totally forget. Rose


Peridots Garden Blog said...

Dear Rose,

I look at the first photo and the first thing that comes to mind...I see myself as being one of the brick haulers! HAHA

The pastoral scene and I am enthralled with the peaceful setting! Don't you know those are some HAPPY cows?

Thank you for sharing.

Thank you also for visiting my blog and your latest comment so reminds me of Mr. B helping me in the gardens...looking over my shoulder always checking that he's not pulling up or weed wacking some of my treasured plants.



Anonymous said...

Like any large job... if you have enough people pulling their weight anything can be accompolished!!
Palm Sunday Blessings!

Connie said...

Thank you for your sweet comment and visit to my blog, sugar. That's exactly how I find people! Nice to meet you and your blog is adorable. Truly it is!

Vicki said...

Awww, so that it's built..

Having a giveaway here

Come see (o:

Róisín said...

That is one fantastic castle and two beautiful photos. Where is it exactly? Scotland? It looks like a mighty fine place to take a wander. Thanks for sharing it!

Rosy Inspiration said...

Lovely pictures, we do see the second picture here more often than the first one. It's true, it would've been almost impossible to build those castles back in those days, but still they did it with details and character as well.

The Victorian Parlor said...




Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Sandy, I see you more as THE KINGS Gardener...than hauling bricks.
Marilyn East Blessings to you and all who come to visit.
*** HE Died for our Sins...and taht is AMAZING GRACE..and rose again on the third day...Oh ...HOW GREAT THOU ART !

Connie so happy you came back for a visit too.
Kim, would not want to be the guy who had to haul the bricks up to the top floors.
( laughing )