Castle Espie

I have never been to Castle Espie, Northern Ireland in my adult years. In fact, I’m thinking that perhaps I had just never been. When I got an invite from two dear ladies from my church I jumped at the chance. Castle Espie is a wetlands with wildlife preservation at it. It is mainly birds, in particular Brent Geese who rarely are found anywhere else except the shores of Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland. I took Sol with me and had some lunch also.

Here’s a quick picture record of our day. Just look at the wonderful Lego creations about the place. The day was unexpectedly good fun and to just make things better we shared a lovely lunch together too.

The house that Sol built!

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