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Careful

Being Careful on the Rocks The fine sandy beach at Narin, County Donegal, is two and a half kilometers long and at low tide it’s possible to walk out to the islet of Inishkeel. You must be careful not to … Continue reading

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Happy Place

My happy place is Glenbower Woods in Killeagh, County Cork. Even if it rains, the weather cannot put a damper on a walk through the trees and along the banks of the River Dissour. The name Glenbower  comes from the Gaelic … Continue reading

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Boundaries

This is a replica of an ancient lake dwelling, it’s boundaries made of high wooden fencing. The Craggaunowen Project in County Clare, Ireland, gives us a wonderful insight into how the Celts made their homes on a Crannog, which means ‘young … Continue reading

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A Good Day

You might think it strange to see misty images being used in a post about a good day. Because we live so far from our children and grandchildren, any day spent with them is always a good one. This summer … Continue reading

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The Taste of a Rainbow

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “ROY G. BIV.” Whenever I see a rainbow and it’s many colours (ROY G. BIV) I always think of ice-cream and if you lived in our town you would understand why. This … Continue reading

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