Wednesday, 23 September 2009

Discovering Oyne

Today Angela picked me up to take me to a special place. She told me about Oyne and boy was I blown away. I took some photos to share with you all. The first photo is of the dining area. The ceiling was great.
I loved this area. As I walked from the store area that was the sight I saw. I love it. I could imagine it being in my home.
The cushions on the sofa were beautiful.
The pictures above the mantle were beautiful. not prim...but I would love them.
These cakes look so tasty!!!! I forgot to have one!!! The whole setting is beautiful at was a wonderful place.
I had half eaten my soup and then I remembered to photograph it!!! It was so tasty!!!
This is a Scottish version of a log
Check out the cow on the left...he looked was spooky!!!
This one just was so desperate to have it's photo taken.
This is the farmer's house...think I could handle that!!!

It was a lovely day...still feeling sick..and got carsick on the way over there. Did I tell you I am sick of this virus....I am not calling it a is worse that that. On a good blood test from last week came up fine. So...why am I so tired???


Cat Nap Inn Primitives said...

Great places you went..and yeah I could handle that farmers House..that is my dream home...oh boy is it pretty...I wish you felt better...are you taking any meds that make you tired?..Have a wonderful day my friend.:>)

Donna said...

Another great outing! The farmer must be doing well, LOL. And the sweet cows do NOT look evil! hahahaha

Holli~Where The Rooster Crows said...

Wow thats quite the farm house!! Those pics look the pillows.

Goat Creek Grandma said...

ok.... I've told my husband that I am packing and moving to Scotland! lol Your pictures are wonderful Robby! Keep snapping! :)

Take Care,

Robby said...

No photos today...trying to figure out photoshop 7....I am feeling determined to find a blog or site that speaks my luck!!

Debbie...start a big of room here for you. Donna and her DH would have a ball here too with their camera...hey Donna...check out the Munros (mountains..the views are spectacular around Glencoe...I am scared of heights...but if I could get over it...I would go there climbing and taking magic pics.

I love those pillows too!!! The shop was filled with crafts made in Scotland...and they were really great!