Thursday Doors

20160921_150924-kdcollageHere are a couple of doors from my walk around Limerick this morning. The doors are in a variety of colors as is are the houses in many instances. Big or small, they are all neat and tidy.

We are in Killarney for two days, Waterford, and then back around to Dublin to head home on Sunday. The week had flown by.

Ireland is a lovely country absolutely overflowing with Americans representing just about every state. US news hits the front pages of the papers here. There is not the violence here that we are experiencing, and the locals seek you out to ask about it and our political situation. I have had quite a few conversations including one in a restroom. They just don’t understand it, but then again neither do most of us.

Have a great Thursday. We are off to the Ring of Kerry, pony cart ride, shopping, and more great food.

If Ireland is not already on your travel bucket list, consider adding it.

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About Judy @ NewEnglandGardenAndThread

Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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41 Responses to Thursday Doors

  1. Ogee says:

    And so cleverly displayed! Glad to hear that you are enjoying your trip!

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  2. Ericaceouss says:

    Awesome photos πŸ™‚

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  3. I’ve been inspired by you and have been taking door photos everywhere I go in England. It looks like you’re having a wonderful trip. We spent eight days in Ireland in 1999 and would love to go back and spend a few weeks, wandering and exploring. Looking forward to more beautiful photos.

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  4. Oddment says:

    What an incredible image! Thank you for the fun and for taking us on your walk with you!

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  5. Judy,so happy to hear that you are enjoying Ireland! Did you go over Moll’s gap? Kilarney is not far from the town I am in ( About 25 minutes)…enjoy every bit of it, and don’t you love the shine of those doors, that hard gloss paint?

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  6. Ireland is a lovely country. We have loved our visits there. You will love Kerry!

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  7. Love the collage!
    We’ll get over there one of these days. I still have a lot of the US I’ve not seen.

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  8. Dan Antion says:

    I love the way you displayed these, Judy. Thanks for sharing a few sights from your trip. It sounds like a great time. Have another Guinness πŸ™‚

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  9. KerryCan says:

    It must be interesting, trying to explain our politics to the Irish! The whole world is wondering, I think . . . Your door photos make me smile–love the colors and shapes of Irish buildings!

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  10. Murphy's Law says:

    The doors are great, but the way you showcased them is priceless. And they have same type of trash cans that we have here! Lol! Good luck with those political conversations. Perhaps you should keep a pint of Guinness close by for support! 🍺

    Hope you’re enjoying your trip as much as I am! Safe trip home.

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  11. Brenda says:

    Some things never change. When I went to Europe as a teenager in 1970, I was besieged with questions about U.S. politics–Nixon, Vietnam, Kent State, discrimination … Hard to explain then, hard to explain now. Good luck and have fun!

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  12. Joanne Sisco says:

    I’m going to echo what so many others have already said – clever presentation! Oh, and the doors are very nice too πŸ™‚
    Sounds like you are really enjoying this trip. I’ve heard only lovely things about Ireland!

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  13. joey says:

    Charming — and I love the way you framed those!
    Ireland is first on our list of overseas trips πŸ™‚

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  14. Dawn says:

    I love hearing your impressions of Ireland, Judy! We think the Emerald Isle is next on our list of special places to visit. We have Irish roots on both sides of our family tree. Happy travels!! β™‘

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  15. Donna says:

    Glad to hear you’re having such a wonderful time. Enjoy every minute of it.

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  16. Rupali says:

    You are very creative.

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  17. Joyce says:

    Hanging on every word, enjoying every picture, and fascinated with your “side stories” of those charming people and the way they live!
    This week’s doors are delightful!

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  18. Norm 2.0 says:

    Clever framing of the shots Judy. Enjoy your trip and take lots of pics. Looking forward to hearing all about it when you get back.

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  19. I love red doors and hope one day to visit Ireland. Nice to hear you’re enjoying your holiday. Maybe a trip to Wales next time? 😁

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  20. germac4 says:

    I love Ireland too…and always feel welcome there…I’m glad you are enjoying it.

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  21. Hope to visit the land of my ancestors before long! Your post convinces me to put it on my calendar — soon! πŸ™‚

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  22. Judy, Ireland is on the top of my bucket list! Your posts are making me want to make reservations right now!

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  23. Your week has flown by. I am not surprised that the world wonders what IN the world is going on in the USA 😦

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  24. We were in Ireland for the second half of September. Not so many tourists, though there are a lot of Americans living all over Ireland and I think we met about half of them. It looks beautiful. Wish we were there, too.

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  25. Grandma Kc says:

    Amazing doors and the homes are all so unique and so different from what you see here. Thank you!!!

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  26. prior.. says:

    ok – I am all caught up here for now – and glad i was able to visit some posts tonight – but your clever display of doors was so fun – super artsy and nice variety of doors.
    hope you have a nice weekend πŸ™‚

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