So, while in Ireland one of the places we visited was the Avoca Handweavers, the oldest wool mill in Ireland. While we were there, I took several pictures, though most of them won’t make you think of wool or weaving. Regardless, I thought I’d share them with everyone, or at least some of the ones I enjoyed.
To start with, the Irish all seemed very concerned with beautiful gardens. Along the line of one of their buildings they had a group of hydrangeas.
Also, we found the manhole covers to be beautiful there. I also really love the rocks around this cover.
Past that, we also entered into where they roll the wool. Here is a photo of what the wool machine looked like, or at least 1 piece of it.
And finally, they had a little creek that went through their mill and it was a beautiful little area. So I took a picture or two of it.
I hope you enjoyed our trip through Avoca. It was a beautiful place to visit.