Another successful day, the sun was out much of the day. We drove a couple of scenic routes, along the shoreline, through the rocky fields. It was an unscheduled day, nothing in particular to see, with a list of recommendations from friends who had been this way before. It was wonderful. Once again I returned the car to the car park intact, and undamaged. It is a little dirty, we got off the beaten path a little, down roads with grass growing in the middle between the tire tracks. We stopped a few times to see our friends they sheep. They really appreciate the attention. And they are so cute and fluffy. I am nearing 2000 photos and a couple of video clips on the Nikon, I wont have those until we return home. You will be seeing pictures from this adventure for a while.
I have tried four good Irish whiskeys on this trip, kind of like bourbons, if all you have had is the mass market brands, you have not had the good stuff.
Tomorrow we move on to the center of the country then south for a few days.
Wish you were here.
baaaaaaaah! sheepies! sweaters on the hoof!ReplyDelete
Enough fleece to keep you busy for eternity. Baaa!Delete
Ohhhhh. So beautiful. And you had a day of mostly sunshine. In Ireland!ReplyDelete
Today was sunny until about 1pm, now it is cold and rainy.Delete
Did you know that the gaelic word from which we get "whiskey" means "the water of life"? Enjoy!ReplyDelete
A couple of souvenirs were bought today, things you can’t find in the USADelete
Beautiful picture!!!!! I think I'll wear a wool sweater today.ReplyDelete
Baaa, baaa, the sheep appreciate your supportDelete
Having petted sheep on several occasions, I have to say they are deceptively fluffy looking. Nappy is the word I use to describe them, and I know nappy :)ReplyDelete
Anne Marie made me laugh so hard! I can now go start my day.
Sheep are so fluffy, when dryDelete
that's how we knitters think of sheepies, duchess.Delete