The Anvil Bar
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Monday 8/17: The day started off cloudy, but at least it was dry so we got the bikes out and rode up the gap. Dennis was still suffering a bit from his cold so when we got to the very steep part just beyond the lake we turned around and headed back to the Coffee Pot for a full Irish. Oh my gosh, that is the best breakfast, and Maria is fun to chat with - what a nice way to start the day!
After showering and doing some laundry (I was very optimistic and put it outside on the line), ...
... as well - not optimal weather conditions by any means! Luckily, the worst of the squall had passed over by the time we got to the top. It's so funny here how you can often predict the weather because you can actually see it coming towards you. From the top we had a 360 degree view of Connemara, including an impressive view of Kylemore Abbey.
We went into the nearby village of Letterfrack for a bowl of soup and a beer, and then we took our time driving back ...
... boast that they are closed after storms until the fish are back. Next, it was on to another Irish music concert at a Dingle music store after hours. Another night of great Irish music - we can hear their influence on bluegrass music and also square dance music. Nice evening and I hope to sleep well again. Becca's corner: My roasted halibut was amazing - (except for the puréed parsnips that were disguised as mashed potatoes on my ...
... of Ireland. Substantial varieties of wildlife live there, and we could see masses of birds circling hundreds of feet below us, nearer the water and beside the cliffs. We were too late in the day to see puffins, who normally come out in the mornings. After walking the paths of the Cliffs in cold, windy, and rainy weather next to fields of sheep and cows, we enjoyed a hot lunch inside the Visitor's Center. The Visitor's Center was built ...
... these parts!). So our episode of "Ireland's Great Drives", quickly turned into "The Leylands do Ireland" as we surveyed the completely wrecked back tyre (Streuth Mal, that's really buggered), and the front one nursing a Grade 2 aneurism (G1 - Oh Mal, you big sook you can hardly see it, G2 - I think you're right Mal, that's definitely a lump isn't it.). No sooner had we decided that we had better change ...