Photo Challenge: Neighbourhood

This is my entry for the  Photo Challenge: Neighbourhood. 

The term neighbourhood takes on a different meaning when you are living in the country. Most of my immediate neighbours are deer, squirrels, birds and the odd assortment of bigger animals like bears, fox, coyote with a few people thrown into the mix!

In other words, nothing is close by. So…. I decided to share one of the social events that we attend.

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As twilight makes an appearance, after a beautiful sunny wintery day, we drive to the local community church hall, where friends and the promise of a delicious dinner awaits us…

There are many church dinners in our area.  March, April, October and November are the months that they are typically held. We try and go to a few of the dinners as it supports the area churches and ……. I don’t have to do the dishes!

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                                                                                                                          .

       DECORATIONS EVERYWHERE!

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                                                                                                EVEN THE WINDOWS ….

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NICE TO SEE YOU.....

 

NICE TO SEE YOU!

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This is probably the smallest of all the halls that we go to, but the church ladies work really hard to make sure everyone is happy!

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                                                                   SO, DINNER IS READY….. COME AND GET IT!

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BEN IS READY FOR ST PATRICK'S DAY

 

BEN IS LOOKING PRETTY SNAPPY FOR ST PATRICK’S DAY!

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Happy St Patrick’s Day everyone…..

  See you tomorrow!

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