Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Suburban Girl Roams Through the Irish Riviera

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Spring Lake Boardwalk
Spring Lake, Monmouth County, NJ

Well, I roamed as much as I could
with 3 other family kinfolk along.
You know how that is...
"Hold on, Mom's taking another picture."

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Pedestrian Bridge Over Spring Lake 
Spring Lake, Monmouth County, NJ 

We rode bikes through what my Irish neighbor refers to as
The Irish Riviera.
There are a lot of signs that Irish folk abound.

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The Blarney Cone 
Spring Lake, Monmouth County, NJ 

This seaside town is drop dead beautiful.
and the houses are all well maintained.

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Mr. Engineer said we could buy this place for our retirement.  
Spring Lake, Monmouth County, NJ 

I bet when spring flowering trees bloom
the sights are just gorgeous.

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Spring Lake, Monmouth County, NJ  

When you are here
it feels like a residential town
rather than a seaside tourist attraction.

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The Beach at Spring Lake
Spring Lake, Monmouth County, NJ  

There is just a small main street with little shops lining it.
Just the way I like it.

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St. Catherine Catholic Church  
Spring Lake, Monmouth County, NJ 

Now about that retirement promise... 
I should have had him sign something 
because Mr. Engineer never remembers those promises. 


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13 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous place to wonder around! Love the first shot in black and white!

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  2. a really beautiful spot on the face of our earth. i really like the pic of the pedestrian bridge under the tree limb bridge.. remember if you retire in that house you will need a maid to keep it clean... at 70 and 78 it is hard to keep our 1350 sq feet clean...

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  3. That is not a promise I would forget, I'd be running to the Realtor, it's gorgeous.

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  4. Well that would certainly be an amazing retirement home! What a lovely outing this was. So many beautiful places to discover and enjoy in our world. Thanks for sharing this spot.
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  5. such a beautiful little town and gorgeous beach

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  6. The church looks like it's right next door to a home. Interesting. It seems a little early to be roaming the beach, especially in view of the winter the East Coast had. I guess you didn't say anything about going in the water, did you?

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  7. Amazingly beautiful landscapes and seascapes. You always manage to pull me right in with your photos!

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  8. beautiful scenery. I wouldn't mind having that house as my retirement home either. My hubby never remembers those kind of promises either. LOL

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  9. I think I could enjoy visiting this place. I love where I live but that looks like a fabulous place for a vacation.

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  10. What a gorgeous place - I love the photo of the pedestrian bridge through the crooked tree! That house is pretty amazing, too. Such a nice place to take a stroll! xo Karen

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  11. Wow, what stunning photos, this is some great place.

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  12. Wow, what stunning photos, this is some great place.

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  13. My kind of place for sure. My family understands about the stopping to take photos pretty good by now. Thankfully I have trained them well, they are usually taking their own photos. I just look like a photographer with my Canon and they look like tourists with their iPhones. Even though both of them are very good.

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