Sunday, 1 April 2007

West of Scotland Weekends

It was another beautiful weekend here in the West of Scotland. Here's some pictures of my house.................LOL wish it was but it's not!!

And some pictures up at the farm on the way to our friends house on Saturday evening. The lambs were so cute! Some friends of ours actually live in the cottage in the second picture below.

12 comments:

stitcherw said...

I love seeing all the new baby animals in the spring. We have a fair amount of farming areas within driving distance of where I'm at, and it is fun to drive around and see the new lambs, foals, etc.. out playing.

tintocktap said...

Love your pics of Scotland - you're making me homesick! At least I'm coming north on Friday. Yay!!

Vonna said...

Such a beautiful set of pictures! Isn't it amazing how we take our surrounding in stride, but as we really look and notice them we see the beauty!

Jamie said...

Wow this is just beautiful.

Lauren said...

Oooh, lambs! How beautiful!

Cynthia said...

You live in such a beautiful area and it must be gorgeous this time of year.

Jamie said...

That was the fastest mail ever! It made it to Scotland in 4 days. I still have mail that hasn't arrived in the US!!

Paula said...

Cheryl shame on you, you never asked my permission to take pics of my home, haha I wish.
The views are stunning...isn't it lovely to see the "babies" all running and hopping about at this time of year?
Happy Stitching....

Angi said...

Oh what gorgeous pictures! I'm pea green!! Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog! I've added you to my list !: )

Jamie said...

I'm ready to SAL today! Just for a quick note that will make you laugh - the first time I saw a sheep (fully grown) I made the comment "I didn't realize that some cows were furry"... I was 19 at the time and hadn't had much exposure to farm animals!

Hazel said...

Beautiful! I love Scotland - it's in my blood. All my family are from Fife and we took our honeymoon in the Mull of Kintyre and the yr after in Skye.
xx

Lizzy said...

Oh, just lovely, lovely, lovely, Cheryl... Thanks for sharing, Hun! :-)