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... Interesting sites for the Emerald Isle. Lunch was a picnic overlooking a castle (ahhh Ireland) and then we found our B&B in Galway City where we settled in for a shocking TWO nights. We found a sports store that evening and purchased hurling sticks. Not sure why but we did. Dad and Keegan spend the next 2 nights practicing and getting tips for the older kids in the B&B. We must be experts nowJ I did find a hurling team in Baltimore. ...
... porridge, (cross between oatmeal and cream of wheat) yogurt, waffles, pancakes (the thinnest, sweetest pancakes you've ever had--yummy). Whew--oh and toast. And they have gluten free stuff everywhere! Then after trying not to eat everything in sight, we go on the bus. Aaack. We need more exercise!! So today we went on the road to the Ring of Kerry. Buses, apparently, can only go counter clockwise. After taking the 125m trip, ...
... the Bay on another lovely sunny morning. We did a little shopping, ultimately purchasing an Irish flute because it was a light, easy-to-pack souvenir that reminded us of the music that seemed to waft out of many local storefronts. Think of the score from Titanic. That's what it reminded us of. For lunch, we stopped at Cul Gairdin, a whole food cafe with delicious vegetarian dishes. They have a lovely backyard garden, where we sat in ...
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two waterproof digital cameras
my high-res compact helmet-mounted video camera
two Kindles (much lighter than real books)
an iPod nano each
two short wave radios complete with mini headsets
If you add in our electronic headlamps (4AA batteries each) and Gretchen's bike light, that brings the total number of devices to 15! I am amazed.
Of course, each of these critters has its own set of ...
... a total "white out" situation with limited visibility and pelting rain.
The road was steep, twisting and with few pull outs. We pushed on thinking the best thing to do was to come down out of it as soon as possible. The cold rain coating our face shields caused fogging on the inside of our shields that was difficult to keep cleared. We could not afford the addition obscuring of our vision so we all ended up riding down the mountain with ...