Bantry House B&B
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... calf being born. When we arrived we realized that we literally missed the calf being born by seconds but the cuteness of the calf was so immense that we didn't even care. After playing with the calf and having it suck on our fingers like a bottle Nick came in and told us that there was another cow that was going to give birth within a couple of hours so we decided to stick around and watch. After about an hour Nick came and said that the cow was going ...
... It was a 2km walk out to the head and lighthouse once we got to the end of the road. Then back down the other side and out towards Mizen Head on the next peninsular (the last major one!). We didn't go all the way because they have turned the end into a visitor centre and charge exorbitantly. We stopped at Balleydehob for a few hours beside a little harbour with a 12 arch bridge and then carried on on the Wild Atalantic Way to Skibbereen and Leap. ...
... Lay's potato chips) for the first time! They only have two flavors of "crisps" here, cheese and onion, and salt and vinegar. Luckily, I like both :) Next, we were off the Rob's family farm. His father Sam showed up around and he had sheep, cows, and 9 kittens! I was in heaven. His family had a nice view of the ocean from their property.
Later, we drove to a lookout and saw Bantry Bay, and Whiddy Island, a place where my aunt's friends family lives! I told Amy and she thought ...
... over the top beauty pageant). The rain over but still grey skies looming so we drove a little further on the loop road and take a short walk to Torc Waterfall. It is quite pretty after all the rain but a little slippery on the track, and its actually a nice size waterfall for Ireland. I do love a nice waterfall and maybe Paul thinks I am taking just a tad too much time to take snaps. Round the bends and up the hill to what the Irish call 'Ladies view'. It's a view of the Lakes ...
... This morning's gardening was quite heavy, pulling out and clearing weeds from around the tunnel houses. I have a profound respect for weeds and their tenacity in staying in the ground. Paul's weeding technique appears to have them beaten but they know when they have a novice in their sights. Try as I might and I do try, the technique of a quick movement of the trowel with ...