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Irish Pub

I went back into the archives from 2006 when we were in Ireland last.  This pub in Churchill looked so colourful with the hanging baskets on the windowsills.  As it is St. Patrick's Day on Wednesday I
thought I would enter it on Straight out of the Camera Sunday at http://www.murrieta365.com/search/label/SOOC%20Sunday

Comments

Marydon Ford said…
What a lovely picture, Valerie. We are from Blackwater, County Wexford ... so enjoyed it there.

Happy St. Patrick's Day
Have a great weekend.
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon
This is such a cute look pub! Love the colours!
Jan said…
Very cool choice for today. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you.
gengen said…
Oh it looks pretty place. Happy SOOC Sunday.
Lynn said…
Charming and love the window flower boxes.
Sherrie said…
Hi!
Very pretty place. Those window boxes are cute. Have a great day.

Sherrie
A View of My Life
Wammy said…
The pic is so nice. I am taking a closer look at those window boxes...I really need soem color on the back of our Dutch Colonial house...I think this will quite nicely!
wenn said…
very pretty sight!
Amanda said…
Beautiful window boxes. So colorful! Happy St. Patrick's Day!
dubsters said…
That a clean place. Happy St. Patrick
shydub said…
Happy St. Patrick!

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