Poland April 2017~ part 2

Part 1 HERE

Eddy’s home is set in a fair acreage of land, and the views from his balcony are stunning, so today I’ll show you the outside and around.

The house in the landscape

Phil and Dennis the dog (she’s a lady πŸ™‚ ) on the balcony.


view to the west


Eddy (and Dennis) scything feed for the goatsΒ 


Eddy has a basement workshop where he saws wood and does manly DIY stuff, and Gosia makes soaps,

After we had a look around the workshop, Eddy took us off to his shed to feed the goats and rabbits.

The shed is huge!

Eddy has two shed cats, we didn’t see Boris but Silvex was in-house


There are 6 lady goats whose names I can’t remember but here they all are and we got to feed them.

and not forgetting the rabbit

Our favourite view was to the west, and we got treated to a grand sunset

and I took a shot just after sunset of Eddy’s house with his outside lights on.

Next time we’ll do some of our outings so stay tooned πŸ™‚

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  1. The last shot of the house is superb. I want to die on that porch. Sitting in a rocking chair, and having just finished a bottle of Pinotage! Found dead with a smile on my face, and carted off to the local cemetery. That”s the way to go!
    Best wishes, Pete. x

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  2. Amazing! You depicted their place well.

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  3. Wow…just stunning…I love the landscape…all shots are wonderful…I especially like the second last one….its deceptively simple…but you have all those layers and textures…it looks like a wonderful sort of visit.

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  4. oh Fraggy these are spectacular. kind of reminds me of when my Step Dad was alive. thye lived in the middle of no where, with a bit of acreage. we would love to visit, but always ready to go home πŸ™‚ cant wait to catch up here, you’ve been a busy little bee.XXXX

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  5. an excellent story and series of photographs. And, of course, the evening shot of Eddy’s home is superb.

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  6. Thank you again Frags, I’m enjoying what you have done with what we live with and don’t see all the time πŸ™‚ Great pictures!
    BTW, the goats: Sunday, Monday, Meggie, Minka, Mini-mini and Carmela. I was going for days of the week to become the ‘Happy Days Milking Co’ but then Malina got involved in giving names πŸ™‚

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  7. Reblogged this on Winkos: a straw bale building adventure in Poland and commented:
    We are loving this free exposure, continue to follow Fraggles trip to Poland here. More great photos πŸ™‚

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  8. All the photos are superb. The shot of the house after sunset is particularly brilliant. I am looking forward to the next installment.
    Warmest regards, Ed

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  9. Wow! Lovely shots of that house. Fantastic, relaxing property. Thanks for sharing your trip.

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  10. awesome mood and beauty πŸ™‚

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  11. What a beautiful setting – it looks a lot like many parts of Wisconsin. I think I would feel at home there!

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  12. Darn those sunsets are to die for.
    I also love the shot of the goat who’s peaking around the corner, that’s fantastic.

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  13. That shot “just after sunset of Eddy’s house with his outside lights on” is absolutely beautiful. I really like these photographs, and consider Eddy blessed to live and work a place like this.

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  14. Great post
    Amazing blog
    Wonderful blogger u r
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  15. Beautiful setting. Love the evening shot! His shed is much bigger than yours, isn’t it? πŸ˜‰

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  16. WOW, the views are amazing. I would love a shed like that!!!!!

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