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... but impressive series of structures on a sheer cliff, first inhabited in the 8th and 9th centuries. Sheep graze around the stone ruins. The boys seem more interested in watching the lone ram pulling grass than the ruins. We walk down to the famine cottages and even though it's now past 10 there is no sign of imminent opening so we drive on. Instead we stop at the Beehive Huts, occupied from ancient times to 1200. The huts, strung together-for added protection-with a ...
... next door for some Irish music and pints. There was an impromptu music session by someone there and he did ancient of Mumford! See video. Was one of my fave moments to date!! Home to the B and B for some zzz when Nikki wanted to get a drink at the randy leprechaun. In an effort to save heather and Trevor from being forces into it, I took one for the team and said I would go. Nikki is totally annoying but I figured there would be other peeps ...
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... every driver that passed me, it was a steady climb along the lower slopes of the Slieve Mish mountains. We crossed the Curraheen River the Derryquay River and the Derrymore River, that was a piece of cake. The harder part came along after the Curaheen River when we came upon a "rocky patch" as described in our walking notes, it was about 1.5 miles of rocks that looked like they had been dumped willy nilly along the pathway by a petulant toddler. ...
... and over low stone walls. It was a good stretch of the legs as they say in The Quiet Man but unfortunately the views weren’t there. We did see 1 old stone tower and something moving in the mist around the base as we walked up. Not sure what it was but we think it was a leprechan. We walked a little farther before we decided it we weren’t going to get any real view of the cliffs and headed back.
We drove across the ...
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