Monday 5 June 2023

A Big House And A Visit To A Pet Farm..

Wardtown Castle.  Professor Google will take you up and down a few rabbit holes with this derelict stone structure.














We travelled on to County Donegal and on Sunday morning we visited a carboot sale in Bundoran and then we visited A pet farm.

Talk about a bus man's holiday.  We live on a smallholding with livestock and sure enough we had to visit a pet family.
 
It passed an hour.

10 comments:

  1. Exceptional Adventure Open Farm,with many indoor attractions, a must for everyone to enjoy, especially children, where else would an inquisitive child have the opportunity of operating a real JCB, all very affordable. You can enjoy a Snack in the beautiful Cafe again very affordable. Very friendly staff

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  2. Phoebe would love a visit to such a farm with farm pets and sea views.

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  3. Was there a llama in pyjamas?

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  4. No JayCee. I didn't see any 2 headed ones like the one in Dr Dolittle either.

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  5. You're an animal lover and that's all there is to it. When they're small they're oh-so-cute too

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  6. I just went along with what they wanted to do Linda.

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  7. What exactly is a pet farm? A sort of zoo I presume. Yet a puppy farm is supposed to be a bad thing isn't it? And what about rabbit farms like there used to be in North Wales - for petting or for their fur - or food, I used to think? I never quite know... ha.

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  8. I would suppose it is a farm zoo Mark where families can enjoy farm animals which the danger of being bit and they can play on toy tractors and enjoy a few hours in a clean and safe farm environment. There's no mention of fur or food.

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  9. Looks like a lovely place to spend an afternoon.

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  10. It was a nice place River. The weather's been exceptional for the last couple of weeks in Ireland and the UK.

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