Wow, it has been four days since my last post! I think that’s the longest I have ever been away from my blogging addiction, and I was starting to get serious withdrawal symptoms, but it’s that time of year isn’t it? Busy, busy, busy, but it’s all good :).
Sunday was spent decorating our Christmas tree and our house, as well as visiting with Bryan and Cayley now that they are home from college/university for the holidays. Monday I worked and then we had a family movie outing to see The Hobbit. It was amazing!! Then tonight I finished the last of the wrapping. With the shopping, wrapping, and decorating done (am I organized or what TBM??), I feel a huge load off my shoulders, and now I can get back to blogging. Well, I do still have to clean the house and maybe do some baking, but if that doesn’t get done, oh well LOL!
It’s time to take another visit to Tralee, where my sister-in-law works. Not only is Tralee a working horse farm in Caledon, Ontario, but it is also hugely popular as a wedding facility. One 99 Restaurant, located in nearby Orangeville, Ontario, is well known for their full service catering, and they rent the Tralee location for wedding ceremonies and/or receptions. As Rhonda was giving us a tour of the property, she pointed out the buildings used for the weddings. The following photos show the carriage house (with the bell on top) and the trophy house. What an incredibly gorgeous location for that special day! Can you imagine what it looks like in the summer when everything is in bloom? To make a wedding even more magical, Rhonda provides old-fashioned horse and carriage rides.
Even in the off season, Tralee provides the most amazing photo opportunities, and I’m not done sharing yet. Stay tuned….