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... winning views) The highlight of the day may very well have been on our return from Sneem through the northern side of the Killarney National Park where we encountered a local traffic jam. A heard of sheep were making their way down the road and had stopped traffic. I made a few bad jokes about them not being very sheepish at this moment ... and also lacking in horsepower. I enjoyed a few courtesy laugh and we recorded some awesome video which I am not sure will be able to ...
... I was headed for the previous day, and I was mistaken about the town I needed to be in. That was awful. This day is better. I'm headed for a town she knows about and I'm only stopping for gas and groceries along the way. Also, I was willing to first head for the big town, Dingle, prior to heading to the smaller village, Ballyferriter. She knew both of those. Neither of us knew where the B&B was. After driving five hours on Irish "highways" which are frequently ...
... history. It was lovely to wander the streets and do a little shopping at the Adare Heritage Centre.
We arrived at the entrance of Killorglin (pronounced Clorg Lin) about 90 minutes later and saw parked vehicles lining the streets, and a river of vehicles on the street looking for parking spaces. We wedged into a space between a tree and a parking barricade and headed on foot to the Puck Festival in the center of town. Once you round ...
... We have our ideas about how she died,” Angie said, “but nobody wants to say it. Kat always loved her drink, but we didn’t think . . . Twenty two. And now home in a box. My love, come home in a box.” I was surprised to hear it was the consensus that she drank herself to death.
We were sitting on the patio outside of the pub at that point, and suddenly and predictably it started pouring. We all dashed inside the bar where Angie ran into her little ...
... since 1970's. We also stopped by a beach where Tish took an knee deep stroll in the ice cold surf and spent some time in a pottery studio coveting some fine looking bowls and plates.
In the afternoon after lunch, Dermot and Andrew enjoyed 9 holes of golf at the Dingle Links Golf Club. They were joined by Tish and Chris who took a stroll along the coastline and enjoyed a coffee at the clubhouse. The ...