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Friday, June 1, 2018

{ Friday Foto Friends #132 }


Hey, Y'all!

First of all, I want to announce the winner of my little giveaway in celebration of 10 years of blogging.  I put everyone who commented on Monday's post into Random Generator and the winner is.....



Happy One!!!
(I posted two fotos so you could see that I indeed put all names in)

I noticed on her blog that she's just had a birthday so this will be a belated gift for her!
(e-mail me at wiseoldowldesigns@comcast.net with your full name and mailing address and I'll get your goodies in the mail to you early next week)

Now onto the fotos!

The ones I'm sharing today are from a little adventure I went on last week with Jess and the kiddos.  She's part of a nature group that meets at different locations, but this trip took them farther away from home than any so far.  We drove about 1.5 hours to Mingus Mill and Mountain Farm Museum in North Carolina.

So be prepared for foto overload.....






   

This was on the side of an old home.
 Can anyone tell me if it's supposed to be a mailbox, or what it might be?








When I took that last foto I was sitting on a bench in the shade enjoying the view while our youngest grandboy threw rocks into the water!

I once again apologize for not visiting very regularly these days. I have good intentions, but.....

HOPE everybody has a great weekend!


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13 comments:

  1. Wow, did I ever enjoy seeing these photos! I would love to get back to that area of the country. It sure is gorgeous. I loved every single photo and couldn't begin to tell you which I like best!
    Thanks for Friday Fotos! I sure do enjoy it.

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  2. Congratulations and Belated Happy Birthday Happy One! :) I love the Mill photos Debbie. I have a photo collection of many of them around the states. Have a day and weekend of Blessings my friend.

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  3. I just love all the photos. Check back on Monday-Tuesday, I will have tons, lol. Hope you have a beautiful day, friend. smiles

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  4. Beautiful photos. I may have to get hubby to take me there some day.

    Congrats to Happy One!

    Hope you have a great weekend and thanks for hosting Friday Foto Friends.

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  5. Oh how nice to be the winner of your giveaway. Thanks so much. That makes me happy. 😊 Great timing for my birthday!
    Your pictures are all wonderful.
    Don't know what that could be on the side of the house.
    I'll email you right now with my address. Thanks again.

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  6. Congratulations to Happy One! I like that name. Your photos are beautiful and I feel refreshed. Wish we had some scenery around here like that. Beautiful river. I know you enjoyed being at the river with your grandson.

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  7. I love the photos. Sorry to be late today...but here I am, better late than never. Congratulations to "Happy One". I'll bet she IS a happy one today! That was so nice of you to do. You are a very thoughtful, giving, sweet person!! Have a blessed day. I do love these photos...never too many for me.

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  8. What a beautiful and peaceful place to visit! I love going to historical places like that and enjoying the streams and shade! I would put it on my list for another visit!!

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  9. What are your photos beautiful! Love to see te stream and te old building

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  10. Love your post - looks like a place I'd want to visit

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  11. This place looks very peaceful! Love the old house isn't it amazing the story of the fences built during the civil war? I love visting our history! thanks for sharing

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  12. What beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing and I hope that you are having a wonderful weekend.

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  13. What wonderful pictures, Debbie! Water, wood and greenery, a privileged environment that must be so soothing!
    I wish you a nice week! Sandrine

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