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... A nice young man by the name of John O'Gorman helped me search through the Taithe aplotments, a register of the farmland in the region for valuation and tax purposes on 1832. At this time my GGG wasn't around but his dad, Richard might have been. He did warn me that some records are incomplete or do not exist, such was the excellent record keeping at the time. We did find a piece of land in Mantlehill, Golden for a John McGrath, which may have been Richard's brother ...
... t supposed to arrive until another 20 minutes! At one point a taxi stops and says he will take us all to the airport, but we tell him that we are not all going there. It is a pain to wait but since we do not have a flight to catch we decide to wait. About 5 minutes before the bus is to arrive, some Penn Staters in their gear with their suitcases arrive. The board is showing another AirLink bus supposedly about 5 ...
A not entirely unexpected flat tire on these curvy, narrow roads slowed us down a bit but Dan had the spare on in no time and we were on our way but at a top speed of 80 km/hr!
While our tire is being repaired, we have found a great B & B here in Kilkenny. We enjoyed a lovely Italian dinner and met a very interesting restaurant guest. He joined us for some conversation ...
... at the hostel I was roasting...Gotta love being a middle-aged broad...hahahahah
So I got myself ready and hit the streets (already dark) of Kilkenny.
The stores were quaint and not too expensive, I bought a couple of things. I was on a hunt for a scarf cuz I was cold and a little damp and my neck and chest were really cold.
I found the most amazing scarf and paid 5 euro. It looked awesome!
Anyhow, I went to Matt ...
... it to the church, so people would stop attacking. A brilliant strategy. However, I prefer another story of the Rock. According to local myth, the Rock of Cashel originated in the Devil's Bit, a mountain near Cashel. When St. Patrick banished Satan from a cave in the mountain, the Rock landed in Cashel. Regardless of the origin, the rock looks to be the highest point in Cashel and overlooks the Tripperary plains. The structure is imposing, walls rising high ...
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