Dean Castle

Well today I decided to visit a place called Dean Castle Country Park which is in a town called Kilmarnock which is about 10 miles north east of where we live. We didn't get there until about 3pm which was a bit late as we were losing the light at around 4pm.  Which was not good for picture taking - that's my excuse anyway lol.

I used to bring the girls here when they were wee -it's a great place for kiddies as there is a small pet area and a play area. It's been a long time since we visited but we liked it so we will be back again soon.
 I even managed to get a sneaky shot of Karen - she hates getting her picture taken!!! I don't know why because I think she is lovely - look at that smile!!!

 Look at these two beauties - they were sooooo cute. 

So we had yet another lovely afternoon out and the weather has been great once again - we have to take advantage of it while we can!!


Debbie said…
oooohhhhh what a lovely place!!

karen is beautiful!! gorgeous locks, creamy skin and an infectious smile!!
It is beautiful - what a fun place to visit! And I'm so glad to snuck in a shot of Karen. She IS lovely!!
TexWisGirl said…
it looks beautiful. and so does your daughter. :)
Jill said…
Such an enchanting place!

Your daughter is beautiful! Love her smile.
Rose said…
Maybe someday you can bring grandchildren here!
orchid said…
Dear Ellie,
What a Beautiful Place Dean Castle Country Park♬♬♬
And I loved your gorgeous daughter's shy-looking shot♡♡♡
Well, Awesome Pictures again, my friend. Thank you very much for sharing your lovely place.
Much Love and hugs,xoxo Orchid*
This is a beautiful area. Nice photo of your daughter too. I know how she feels about getting her picture taken, I don't like to have my picture taken either.
Flora said…
Looks like a wonderful place!!!
Paul said…
You are so lucky to have so much history in your country. When I was in Scotland I visited some castles. It was fascinating!
I would love to be able to take a day trip to a castle. You still got some great shots...and tell Karen she should be happy to get her picture take - she is very pretty!
Dianna said…
How beautiful! I'll be sending this link to my son: he'll love seeing the Castle.
Pat MacKenzie said…
I love the real evidence of ancient history in Scotland. Our oldest buildings here in Canada are from the 1800s - fairly new by your standards. Thanks for sharing.
lisa said…
This is wonderful Ellie.
I would love to see what's inside!

Sending you wishes for a wonderful week ahead!
Saun said…
Wow! What a neat place looks a little scary. Love the donkeys.
Marius said…
Beautiful castle!
Alice said…
i have 3 miniature donkeys - so i love your last picture. these donkeys look fluffier than mine, i'm guessing the weather is colder there than here :)

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