Saturday, 21 May 2011

Saturday Steps and an Old House

Mom and Dads getting their money worth out of
 The National Trust.
This is Sunnycroft, in Telford Shropshire
A Victorian middle class family house, its unique because the inside is as it was all those years ago.








We waited out side while mom went in to take some photos and find out about it


"Oh no you weren't allowed to take photos!!! how will we know what its like inside?"
"don't worry George I'm pretty sure I can find a link on the Internet when we get home"

Oh well lets show you the outside






Chickens and one Cockerel


Thats a mighty fine head peace you have!!


A carcoon !!! thats what it said on the sign
  • Isolate from the constantly changing temperature and humidity of the ambient environment.
  • Stabalize by removing excess moisture, fuel/oil vapor and other contaminates from within the mini environment.
  • Ventilate using the patented Active Airflow Concept.
  • Circulate isolated circulation within using Activated Carbon Filters under pressure.

"Hey mom you could do with one of them for your Motorbike!!"


"Dad come on lets have a game with them skittles" 


"You throw it I'll catch"


"Not so fast, I missed that one!!"


"aren't you supposed to hit the skittles not me!!"


" Hang on these balls are made out of wood!! I don't want to play any more I might chip a tooth!!"


"come on pass us some!!"




Mom's flower photos!!


And a Tree!!!



A walk back down the driveway though the Red woods to the car


Mom's found a link so you can see the inside and find out about its owners over the years.



I'll be back in the week with this months Photo scavenger hunt
Till next time
See Yea George xxx



50 comments:

sprinkles said...

I didn't read the story in the link but I looked at the pictures and wow, that's pretty cool they kept it the same as it was all those years ago.

So I want to play Pip's game and win the prize but I'm not sure what the answer to his last question is. The last question is, Who is Pip's biggest nemesis? I thought it was the rabbit because now Pip can no longer go into the living room. But the hint was that it relates to George the Lad. So now I'm really confused?! Can you help me with this one?

Scooter said...

Hey George!
Wow, another pawesome set of steps. Mom loved that greenhouse, but Dad was all kinds of interested in that Carcoon! He found that to be really cool! Thanks for sharing the pix.
Grr and Woof,
Sarge, COP

GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart said...

Oh George, It is sure fun to go visiting with you!
What good manners you have waiting for your slice of cake :)

Patrice said...

I love that greenhouse or whatever it's called. That's a nice building. You get to go on such fun outings, George dear!

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

Well George my mom would go totally NUTS over that Green House thingy.

I am glad that you didn't chip a tooth playing Skittles. It looked like your dad is pretty good at that game.

Lovely Post... esp. the bright yellow flowers.
OH and YOU, of course.

Rose H (UK) said...

Now that's what I call a greenhouse and water butt! Fabulous place George :o) Mom's lovely photos of course. I'm glad you didn't damage thise lovely teeth with those wooden balls! Did Dad have a strike in the end?
By the way, you are totally forgiven for jumping up last week ;O)
Lots of love
Auntie Rose
xx

Bella Roxy & Macdui said...

What a fantastic place. We'll go follow the link. SHE loves visiting old places. We'd love to run around in that garden.

XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

What a lovely house you found! We love all the photos, especially the flowers and that tree shot. Of course, the very best pic is the last one - that's handsome George.

Happy weekend.

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

♥I am Holly♥ said...

George, you always have so many beautiful pictures of different places and things!! It's always fun to go along with you! Lots of love, Holly & Mom

Michelle said...

George, I do wish I could have come along. Old houses are my favorite thing. You are adorable in that last photo. Such a nice smile you have :)

Cranberry Morning said...

George, you are just way too cute!! And love that greenhouse. Wouldn't that be fabulous! What a beautiful photo of that rooster. Every time I see a great comb like that it reminds me of a Wallace and Grommit movie, 'The Wrong Trousers.' :-)

Jon Terry said...

Hey George!

Lovely pics. It's a good thing that those chicken didn't run after you. LOL It's sure has been a great outing for you and to top it up, you get to have a piece of cake :)

All my hugs and licks for mommy!! I'm still keeping all her love deep in my heart ;)

Love ya,
Jon Terry

Rubie and Poots (her Mum) said...

Hey George, mum laughed at your mum's comment today. Yea..... I sometimes get too carried away with bugs and sticks to notice flowers and plants!! But mum loves all that nature stuff.

Another lovely place to visit.... and I liked your skittles game and hope you didn't break any tooth pegs!!

The bit I like the most was the picture of the CAKE!!!! I noted it was NOT chocolate so hope you got some!! ;-)

Tail Wuggles, Rubie.

Sally said...

We would love to live in a house like that! Looks like you had a good time even if they did not allow you inside!

Lots of licks
Sally and paddy

Unknown said...

I read the story and looked at the pictures of the beautiful house, it's so amazing, isn't it?
I always love to visit your blog and look forward to seeing your pictures, the places you visit are always beautiful and the pictures are awesome too. Your mom is a fantastic photographer!

Bouncing Bertie said...

Hi George
We love waking up on Saturday morning to your reliably smiling face.
That skittles game looked interesting. I think I would be pretty good at running around and knocking over the skittles (that is the point, isn't it?).
Toodle pip!
Bertie.
PS Did you get some cake?

Molly the Airedale said...

The cockerel doesn't look too happy about having his picture taken, George. What a handsome grump!
You always have the most funnest adventures!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

3 doxies said...

I is very impressed dat da house had styaed in da family fur so long. Aaaaand da last lady helped withs da needlework on da coronation fur da Quenn's robe. Dat is so facsinating!
Your mom's flower fotos are incredibles.

Puddles

My Mind's Eye said...

Hi George...you are the luckiest K9 I know you get to go on lovely trips to see beautiful houses and flowers and woods AND you get to stop for snacks too. That cake looked very yummy was it orange flavored? Mom loves beautiful delicate china cups too.
Hugs Madi

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

GEORGIE MI MAN!!!!!!!! Oh my friend, it is always a pleasure to go on your Saturday tours; your imagination and map never get exhausted! You could show us all of England for a life-time son, and we would go with you and have a wonderful time. DID YOU GET ANY OF THAT FABULOUS GATEAU? Oh thank you precious friends for visiting; if you wish to take the Paris tour, do come next week for a peek. It wouldn't be the same without a comment from you!

LOVE TO YOU ALL, Anita and Balzac

Dolce said...

George that was one amazing tour... Daddy says its a good thing he is helping me with my blog hopping.. that green house is just what Mommy wants and if she sees that .. more projects for Daddy.... paws &licks, Dolce

The Daily Pip said...

Hey George,

I think I might be able to manage the steps in the first picture. What do you think? You always have such wonderful adventures on your blog! Thanks for sharing!

Your pal, Pip

Amber-Mae said...

WOW what a splendid day you had! That house is so cool. Kinda looks like a castle. It looks sorta creepy, haunted too. The greenhouse is very nice though. Kinda reminds of the one in the Harry Potter movie. Did you get to have a taste of that cake? I hope so.

Sherry said...

OOOO, a greenhouse to die for! How do you keep getting all that sunshine, George? You must bring it with you wherever you go.

animal lover, quilt lover said...

Hey George and Jan,
You guys get to go to the best places!! We never get to go anywhere!! I would love love love to live in a house like that!! In this country you would have to be very rich to live in a house that big!! Jan I love your pictures of everything!!!!! Great post!!!
Thank-you for your visit, I love your company!!
Our garden is a lot of work but it is so wonderful to have all the goody it gives us!!
xxxoooxx, Bambi, Happy & Fern

Unknown said...

i really enjoyed this post - thanks!

Arran, Arthur and Mum said...

What a cool place George! Glad you got a game of skittles! It looks very good and interesting for peoples and you made the most of the outside, I think I woulda got a bit bored though. You is very good!
~lickies, Ludo

houndstooth said...

What a neat place! You find the most interesting places to visit. I'm a bit jealous!

Bunny

Anonymous said...

Oh George thank you again to you and your pawrents! Mom just loves going on what she callls "a little vaca"! You always put a smile on Moms face, and thats a good thing!

Have a Grrreat weekend!

woo woos, Tessa

sprinkles said...

Thank you so much for answering my question! I never would have guessed that was the answer!

the booker man said...

george!

that sunnycroft place is pretty spiffy! mama loves the hooooge greenhouse and totally wants one for our house. heehee.
what kinda cake were you havin' with your tea?? heehee.

*woof*
the booker man

rottrover said...

Another wonderful day, George!! We had no idea you had Redwood trees in England! Of course Mom loved the flower pics, but we always love seeing YOU!!

-Gizmo, Bart and Ruby

Sage said...

We have done a short-term National Trust pass every time we visit the UK. Love what it offers. What a great old house! I remember enjoying Leeds Castle on one of our visits.

Bocci said...

You do have great adventures, George-and we love coming along with you!

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Oh George! I sure wish I could have gone on THIS walk with you.. What a great place.. Love the trees..
Thanks so much for wandering over to visit Bebe on her board... So you don't do water..hmmmm.. Thought you did just about everything.. Give my best to mom and dad.
Till next week..
Penny

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

HEY! HERE IS MY PAL PENNY..George old man, did you know that Penny has two poodles that are the cutest ever? I just had to come by to see you again....I just get a kick out of you and I feel like going for a walk....don't forget to come by next week for my Paris post..I will share my secret with you only...it is about ME!!! Affectionately, BALZAC

Adien Crafts said...

What a lovely place. our human belongs to The National trust so she's going to make a note of that one. We love all the pics but the tea and cake looks especially nice!! Dex & Lou x

Bailey Be Good! said...

Just found my way to your site and I was pleasantly surprised! I loved reading all about your adventures. Beautiful pics, too!

I followed you. :)

Happy Sunday woofs & hugs,

~Bailey

Homer said...

Alreet George?

I am curious to know who takes these booti-ful photos? Your mom or dad?

Kiss kiss,
Homer

Adien Crafts said...

Hi George - us again! Thanks for dropping by, tell your Mum that yes, we have had good practise at pulling a face like the Drontal ad, in fact we think he copied us!! Dexter is very good at it and the human keeps trying to get a photo but he moves his face - he's such a poser, I'm told I look like I'm doing an Elvis impersonation with a lip curl when it gets caught in my beard! Bye for now, Louis x

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Teeeeheeee! You get your rest now son, and on Saturday, you be the first to arrive and see (shhhhhhhhhh) my story! Just between us CHIENS...

BIG HUGS TO YOU! BALZAC et Anita

violett said...

I'm always fascinated by the beautiful places that you visit.
And the photos of your mother always better. They have professional quality.
Also, I'd rather eat a piece of cake, as playing with a wooden ball. You're doing right, my friend george.
Lots of love
Mischka

Road Dog Tales said...

We love everything about this adventure! The flowers, the cake, the house, the skittles game (we would probably use the pieces for chew toys-we like to chew wood), the cake, the beautiful flowers, the cake, the fabulous greenhouse, did we mention the cake???

Great post, George!

The Road Dogs

meowmeowmans said...

George, you always go to the most amazing places! Thanks for sharing your adventures with us. :)

Anonymous said...

What a cool old building. Luv the greenhouse! And that Carcoon is just too much! BOL! Great flower and tree shots Mom :)

Waggin at ya,
Roo

Wyatt said...

George,
Thanks for the tour. My mom just LOVES that greenhouse!
We like the skittle game. We wish you lived by us, George, and you could come over and play crouquet with us. Mom and Dad are terrible players but it's fun to watch...hehee

Wyatt and Stanzie

Busy Buttons said...

That greenhouse looks really, really cool!

Littlemissairgap said...

Hi Georgie ... it's been awhile since I've come for a visit. I think you've grown since I was last here. I do get so terribly jealous when I visit your page because I sooooo want to come and live in England for a little while. Yes, you heard me right; give up the warmth & sunshine of Australia for a bit of the beautiful English countryside ... plus that cake & tea look ever so good :-)

Chicco said...

Hello George,

I loved this post. All the pictures are wonderful.
You're very lucky my friend.
Woof, woof,

Chicco

J_on_tour said...

You might not have been allowed inside George, but you had plenty of fun outside. Your mum is taking good photos here too.