Monday, April 8, 2013

An Afternoon at Allaire

The hubs and I love Historic Allaire Village and visit often.
 
A beautifully restored 19th Century iron producing community,
it was the home of James Peter Allaire,
a prominent 19th Century marine engine manufacturer.
 
Howell Iron Works
 
The front view of the Iron Works
 
The Church
The Hubs and I wanted to get married here,
my mom said "no".
 
The Blacksmith Building
 
Row Houses
 
The Daffodils were everywhere!!
 
The hubs and I love this tree,
we always try to get a picture here before we leave.
April 7, 2013
 

25 comments:

  1. Welcome Debbie!
    It is a great pleasure to see you and your husband laughing, wonderful.
    I am glad that I can enjoy the great buildings and beautiful daffodils.
    Thank you very much.
    Regards:)
    Lucia

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  2. It was so pretty there yesterday! I wish we were there at the same time. Maybe next time :)

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  3. I think it is beautiful. I would have loved to have got married in a church there too.

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  4. HI Debbie...I love those old brick building, and why not the little church???
    Lovely daffy's will be glad when we see some here!!
    You two cuties ...nice pic!!
    Grace

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  5. That looks like a fun place to visit!

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  6. Cute church...would of been a perfect place to be married:)

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  7. How wonderful! A great place to visit and I can see why it's a favorite.

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  8. What a great tree. It is beautiful there!

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  9. I have a passion for historic buildings. What beauties.. The buildings and the happy couple.

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  10. What a fun place to take photos and enjoy the day.

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  11. What a great place to spend the day! I love the Iron Works with the yellow daffodils. Such a pretty little church. Why did your mom say no?

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  12. Looks like a lovely place. I love historic buildings. And what a great picture of you and your hubs--you're so pretty!

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  13. I would love to visit there.

    The photos are beautiful. I am always glad to see a pic of you and your hubby as you both look so happy. It always makes me smile.

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  14. That is a place I would love to visit. Thanks for sharing it with us. I love that picture of you and Chuck!

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  15. hey, you could have a vow renewal there. that would be fun. my parents had a renewal not to long ago. apparently a whole group of the older folks did. their Nomad group. so fun for them. being together for over 40 yrs. i can not imagine. i pray the hubby & i can go that far. seems like years away.

    love the shots. looks like a great visit. fun, fun, fun!!! ( :

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  16. Beautiful old buildings and daffodils!

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  17. What a wonderful place to visit often! Love the church and that gorgeous tree!

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  18. I love the church and it would have been great to have gotten married there, but I can tell from the smiles on your and Chuck's faces that it made no difference at all in your happy marriage where you said "I do"! Beautiful shots!

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  19. What a beautiful village! I love the row houses.

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  20. Love those buildings, especially the iron works! This reminds me a lot of a Shaker village we have here. Beautiful place!

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  21. I meant to tell you, I just loved those fussing bluejays! Also, the daffodils are gorgeous! You and your hubby under that tree...that's a sweet shot. The historic town looks like an amazing place to visit!

    (Hey, have a renewal of your vows on a special anniversary in that church!)

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  22. That is a gorgeous village!! I love all the daffodils!!! Ours are only about three inches tall...

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  23. I loved all of the pictures. It looks so quaint and beautiful.
    I really liked the picture in the tree of you and your hubby.
    Blessings!

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