Sunday, February 24, 2013

Parkwood Estate

Looking through my photo files, the ones from Parkwood Estate reminded me of what a magnificent place this is.  Located in Oshawa, Ontario and open to the public, it was the home of Samuel McLaughlin.
I'm linking with Mary at Little Red House for Mosaic Monday.

32 comments:

  1. Hi Judith....just popping in to say I hope you enjoyed your weekend!
    xxoo

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  2. What a gorgeous home, wow - and I love that pool space.....reminding me of warm weather ahead, hopefully soon.

    Even I - one whom loves winter- is rapidly tiring of it!

    Hugs.

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  3. That is a gorgeous home. I'm going to google it to learn more about it. Happy Mosaic Monday. Pam

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  4. Hi Judith,
    This is a beautiful home and pool. Lovely mosiac. Happy Sunday!
    hugs,
    Lisa

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  5. Hi Judith, a stunning home. This is the pool of my dreams! Hope you are enjoying your Sunday.

    Hugs,
    Emily

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  6. Parkwood is a wonderful house and the grounds are beautiful. I'd be happy living there!

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  7. What a gorgeous place to visit. It sure takes you back to more grand days!

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  8. It certainly is a lovely place to visit ... used to live in Oshawa many years ago. We were in the city recently and it sure has changed.

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  9. Very creative and lovely mosaic for MM ~ blog is beautiful! ^_^

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  10. That looks like a lovely place to visit!

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  11. Wow, I bet the grounds are amazing to see in real life. Thank you for bringing a sample of it to us!

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  12. Judith, Parkwood looks like a lovely place. I bet the grounds are stunning ... love the pool!

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  13. That's a different looking mosaic and I like it a lot--creative!

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  14. I like your mosaic, Judith. I haven't seen one like that before. Parkwood is beautiful too. Have a great week!
    Hugs, Beth

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  15. Hi Judith,
    Parkwood looks like an interesting place to visit. Someday we hope to get to Ottawa and points east. Have a wonderful week.

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  16. Looks like a great place to visit!

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  17. Beautiful collage. Wish you a good day / good new week :) Hanne Bente

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  18. That is such a beautiful estate. Wonderful pictures !!

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  19. I remember that day when we went there. It was a lovely place and I have wanted to go back. Valerie

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  20. Beautiful mosaic Judith. I haven't tried doing oval and round shapes yet. Only squares. Have a lovely week.
    ~Clara

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  21. It's a beautiful home and that is a lovely and unique way you did your mosaic.

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  22. What a home! I'm loving that pool too!
    Hugs and enjoy your week,
    Beth P

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  23. That pool is gorgeous. It certainly looks like an amazing home.

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  24. I think your mosaic is fantastic! What a wonderful estate!
    Karen

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  25. It sure looks like a marvelous place to visit, that pool is incredible too~

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  26. I saw that the bloggers fling in 2 years will be in Ontario which is wonderful as it is but a few hours N or me...I hope this will be one place we might visit.

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  27. Looks like it would be a beautiful place to visit!! Thanks so much for stopping by, Laura

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  28. Just catching up since the note card party!
    Your birthday cake is lovely. Looks so delicious.
    Your note cards are beautifully selected.
    But all I can think of right now is that cake!

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  29. I wonder if I could move in this place! HAHAA

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  30. What lovely photos of a beautiful home. I love the way you made the mosaic also! So creative!
    sandy :)

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  31. Judith, I love visiting historic houses and will be sure to see this one when I make it to Ontario again.

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  32. What an impressive place! Phyllis always has me wanting to visit Detroit, and now you have me wanting to visit Ontario!

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