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I find this picture so amusing—the whole place is one giant haystack (reed-stack):
It looks quite pretty when the sun hits it:
This detail was a nice surprise—a cross hatch pattern in the thatch above the entryway:
Ladders, ladders, everywhere!
July 18, 2008 in Thatched Roof | Permalink
Is it finished yet? I'd like to see more pictures!
Karen in SC |
August 05, 2008 at 08:35 PM
Alice, is the thatch rood completed? We *need* new pics! Please. :)
Cheryl M. |
August 18, 2008 at 10:26 PM
Wait... you really have a thatched roof on your house? Oh my goodness -- I think that is one of the neatest things I have seen in quite some time! Wow... reminds me of my trip to Ireland with my parents (I'm half-Irish).
Wow... I am seriously impressed!
August 21, 2008 at 12:14 AM
This is incredible as you never see a thatched roof anymore. Thanks for sharing and your blog is beautiful.
October 13, 2008 at 01:27 PM
hi alice your thatched house is amazing .whata awonderful idea must show this one to my mother.must be the only one in new york?
rita murphy o reilly |
July 15, 2010 at 08:29 PM
Jeanne Schurz - Amazing! I smile every time I see the shoes & can almost hear Taffi & Chris laiuhgng in the middle photo. Last shot everyone should be that happy for a moment in their lives. Great birthday present. Thanks, Anna. You're the BEST.
July 11, 2012 at 12:27 PM
Having a thatched roof in America, what a novel idea! Seeing photos of your roof immediately brings up images of my grandmother' home in Ireland and everything Irish in my heritage of which I am so proud. Years ago, my son and I were fortunate to visit my grandparent's hometown in Tyrone and Monaghan where we met about 60 relatives still living there. They shared stories of what it was like back then - true heroism in action for the love of God and His holy Church! Ireland was more beautiful than I had imagined and going back there really helped me understand who I really am. PS Your website is outstanding!
Mary Lou Gormley Warren |
February 20, 2014 at 11:12 AM
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