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An historic, rural, stone church in Northern Ireland
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Teagardener

@BACKin15
Hello Donna,
No, we were on our way to the next town and had just enough time to take a few pictures :) I’m glad you liked the old Irish church!

BACKin15

Wow! This is amazing. I love old churches! Did you get to go inside?

Teagardener

@chap55
That’s funny :))
Have a good weekend !

Your idea of calling a historian friend is out of the ordinary. I know the elderly women on the card, one of them is Rose, abbreviation from Sclerose. In fact I'm only forgetting in order to keep up my sanity. Now I go look for my keys... Please don't go to extremes in finding that church, I'll be patient, I promise...

Teagardener

@chap55
I’ve remembered that I have an Irish, historian friend who’s co-written a book about Northern Ireland.
Ta Dah, I’ll look thru it this weekend and if I don’t see the stone church, I’ll email him my photo, he may know. Now I’m thinking :))

Teagardener

@chap55
I read a Hallmark card years ago about two elderly women, who were best friends. One had a worried look on her face as she asked her friend . . “What will happen to our friendship when we become forgetful and senile?” Her kind friend replied, “We’ll become new friends, again!” :))
I’m smiling, I hope when I reach that stage in life, I have friends that hang in there with me and we can laugh at our forgetfulness . . .

Forgetting things, hmm, requires a good sense of humor :)

I love forgetting things. My memory is as bad as it always used to be. When younger, however, I didn't care. By the way, what church is it all about? (kidding again...)

Teagardener

@chap55
I’m laughing, you’re so right . . I better book a flight to Dublin. Hmm, from there I’ll head north to Belfast. I’ll get the name of the church this time :)) My memory is so bad lately, I’m thankful for photos!

So you will go through some faint memories by sweeping through forgotten trip fotos. You probably will miss the church, and will have to redo all that travel route. (Just humorizing...)

Teagardener

@chap55
I appreciate you solving my puzzle and your kind interest in the church :) I’m still looking thru trip photos to Ireland and of course I’ll tag you when I find what I’m looking for. My travel route (in 2017) was from Dublin to Belfast, then to Derry county and on around the top side of Northern Ireland to Donegal and back to Dublin. I blissfully enjoyed taking hundreds of photos, so it’ll be pleasant to look thru them to find this church’s name! Have a nice week.
-Tea

Thanx, Teagardener, I also lived in the neighborhood of a church somehow resembling this one. Yes, I actually want to know the name of the place. Anyways, it was a pleasure solving it.

Teagardener

@chap55
Hello Chap :) What is a pity? Not knowing the name of the church? I believe I might have the church’s name on a photo I didn’t post. I’ll check and see, if I find it, I’ll let you know :) Have a good rest of the weekend!
-Tea

We won't know what this church is. It's a pity.

silverfox19134

Hi Tea.. Love this stone church. It has it's own beauty against the blue sky. You can tell that this parish still has people who still worship in this parish. The stone fence I guess
was there since it was built. Thank you for this fine puzzle. Linda

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