"Following where my camera leads me!"

"Following where my camera leads me!"

Thursday, November 21, 2019

A walk around Ansonbourough


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

There are lots of lovely dinners here, I love peeking in to see the pretty tables and flowers set up! The last four pictures were made a different evening--there was a lovely dinner in the driveway about to get started.



If this was my dinner party.....I'd invite y'all in!!
OH!!!--and NanaDiana could arrange the seating!! LOL

7 comments:

  1. Cute walking shoes and beautiful photos, all! But I don't envy you tackling those cobblestones!

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  2. I feel like I was right along with you after looking at all of your lovely photos and I thank you for sharing. I absolutely love your bracelets and that ring is gorgeous! Also I want to thank you for your sweet comments on my recent blog posts. To answer your question about the heat, YES it was hot! The sun is relentless, so I had to buy a sun hat and wear it every time I was outside. I loved it though and it is one of my favorite countries so far. Tomorrow I will be posting some more photos of Santorini, including that iconic view of the church with the three blue domes that is so famous. After that will be Crete and then one stop in Turkey before finishing up the photos of this trip.

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  3. Thanks for another wonderful walk.

    Have a lovely Thanksgiving week ~ FlowerLady

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  4. Love those cobblestones! Always enjoy going for a walk with you and seeing all the sights. So many wonderful things but the fern with the sheer curtains on the porch was magnificent! Also the metal flowerboxes and the glass etching...….

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  5. Debbi, We all want to sit beside you. :) I love the walk. You have your leggings on must be cool. Love the blue ring. Bless your heart showing us flowers. I miss them. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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