|The cobblestones in Ansonborough were brought to the United States as ballast in the ships--back in the 1600s and 1700s.|
|Literally walking on history here......|
|This is the oldest house in Ansonborough|
|Aren't they PRECIOUS!?|
Most of us paint our porch ceilings haint blue here in the South. These people added clouds.
Neat, trim houses with bright color schemes. Check out this red mailbox!
|Their house number is thirteen!!--no wonder they hung up a horse shoe for good luck! LOL!|
|I was drawn to the deeply etched glass in this thick old door--isn't this amazing?|
Stopped for a little rest at the Andrew Pinckney Inn. Its a colorful little boutique hotel decorated in the British West Indies style. The canary yellow Inn was built around 1858 and used to be a tenement building. We have not stayed here, but I read that it is beautifully decorated with Carribbean colors and plants, chocolate brown and cream colored rooms, lots of leather and dark stained furniture, and a very nice rooftop terrace. There is also a three-story atrium filled with tropical plants.
|Beads today.....no beads! LOL--just my leaf necklace|
|I had to stop, admire, and make pictures of these beautiful pink blooms!|
|Who wants to go in? LOL|
If this was my dinner party.....I'd invite y'all in!!
OH!!!--and NanaDiana could arrange the seating!! LOL