Time has a way of erasing some of the past 'Ways Of Life' and traditions, and the Isle of Man is not immune to it, but 'life the way it used to be' is alive and well in the village of Cregneash.
Here, the last stronghold of the Manx language and customs, continue on with recreations and quaint crofters cottages.
The inside of this farmhouse was filled with smoke from the fire, their only source of heat to cook and stay warm
|He only has 2 horns now, but the other 2 will grow in|
with separate rooms for living and laundry
|The dairy room|
It was one of the sunny days on the island
and the view out to The Sound was fantastic
Off to the Ramsay Sprints tomorrow!