I don’t know about you, but I always feel there is something quite special, almost magical, about old buildings and historical places.
It’s not just that the buildings often have a special style or beauty that seems lacking in modern-day architecture . . . for me it’s also about knowing that, like Acacia Cottage, they have been a special place for generations of different occupants and visitors.
And even in the middle of a busy central-city setting, just being able to sit on the verandah, one could almost feel the stories they could tell . . . and the sights they have seen. (I’m sure the couple behind us probably felt exactly the same).
I hope you will enjoy these moments of fun, and reflection, as much as Dee and myself did . . . and if you keep visiting my Scavenger Hunt posts here and the lovely Dee’s own posts at Curvaceous Dee’s Scavenger Hunt you might well see some more Two-For-One posts in the near future.
How about joining in the fun with some of your own!!!!
Xxx – K