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... this morning to make sure that him stopping by to cut the grass wouldn't bother us! We told him we had no problem except that it would remind us that we'll soon have to go back to reality and our own 'chores'! He came in for a coffee and proved to be quite an interesting character. We enjoyed having a visit with him. Our afternoon was spent at Rossbeigh a Beach, just down the road ...
Today Michelle and I rented bikes and did the Sleahead Route, which is about 50km. Our first stop was Dunbeg Fort. You had to pay to go down there, so we just took pictures from up top. The views were beautiful! This ride doesn't have as many hills as the one in Doolin, which makes it nice. Next up is the beehive huts. The majority of the huts were enclosed farmsteads of the free farmers of the Early Christian Period ...
... fog. Fortunately, the fog prevented us from seeing the sheer drop offs. There was a light rain, as we coasted into Dingle town. We pulled out the guidebook and started the driving tour. First, we saw a stone pillar left over from the Neolithic Age (4000 BC). It was either a grave marker or a property marker, but looked quite similar to the stone boundary markers I saw in Mongolia. Down the road a ways, we pulled to the side of the drive to look at a Stone Age ring ...
... staying in. The cottages are adorable: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and they overlook Dingle Harbor and a hillside.
We had a Welcome Dinner Sunday evening and the students were in charge of making the food. Natalie and I made salads with some girls from SIU-Carbondale. After that, all forty students from UMKC and SIU piled into one of the cottages to have dinner. Apparently law students know how to ...
... Mulcahey pottery. Irene bought some pottery. I was looking ata little
table of books and almost bought one. It would have made a nice
souvenir. For some reason I put it down. Then I regretted it. It was
an Irish memoir. And only 4 euros! When in Galway another book store
did a search for me but I didn't recognize any titles. I had the
author. When I got home I wrote to the ...