Sunday, May 5, 2013

Cinco de Mayo

Today is Cinco de Mayo (May 5th) - highly celebrated holiday in the western United States and Mexico.

Connecting to Scavenger Hunt Sunday and Photo Triss with churches in York, England, and theTablescaper.

Inside York Minister

West window in York Minister

Inside York Minister


Showing off her very first pony tail in her favorite polka dotted pink furry coat.


After the snow storm


Water fall cascading on the other side of the caves peek hole at Thanksgiving Point.


Clock in York Minister



Great photos dear Ruth! I specially love the cutie in the polks dot jacket! OMG, you still have snow like that??!! Happy 5 de Mayo.

Paulette said...

Happy Cinco de Mayo! Enjoyed your photos.

Carolyn Robbins said...

Hello Ruth,

I love this post!
I also like the header
on your blog.

When I did my genealogy
it was a challenge with all
of the different spellings
of the last names!

Thank you for visiting
and for your kind words.

Bear Hugs,

Ginny said...

The Thanksgiving Point picture is so interesting. Some of this is so ornate that it is almost frightening!

Nicki said...

That tiny ponytail is too cute. You have quite a collection from your travels - thanks for sharing.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I was in Yorkminster long long time ago. I love your subtle motion pic. Amazing about your grandfather.

Sleepshort said...

Yorkminster is so grand. Your photos do it great justice.
Snow..... I remember it well, and do miss it a little.
Thanks for this lovely post.
Have an excellent week.

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