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... chalet, which we realized was the first time we had a place to ourselves since we got married! (not counting our incredible honeymoon suite)
Our week of teaching was such an excellent end to our lecture phase, taught by our very own Dudley Weiner. It perfectly wrapped up all of the teachings, focusing on what every day with God looks like, and how we can keep ourselves in close relationship with The Father.
On our last day, the staff at OM (Operation Mobilization) ...
... flowers on the altar. My next spot was a forest walk in Slishwood and with the help of amazing modern technology Austin was able to join me virtually for a section of the walk along the lake edge. - so special.... A red robin accompanied me for a while flitting silently from bush to bush. The autumn tones were just starting to adorn the trees and then moss and ferns were a rich green. So beautiful. ...
... a walkway that stretches along Galway Bay from the city out to Salthill. There is a tradition that once you get to the end of the walk (about two miles) you kick the wall to mark your journey. We didn't quite walk that far, as it was a wonderful sunny day (again!) and it was just peaceful to sit in the sun and gaze out over the bay. We then drove west through the Connemara, a wild and desolate landscape. It was very flat and scrubby, due to the winds coming ...
... what with the indicators on the wrong side and me hitting the whipper on every time I wanted to move over or make a turn it was very frustrating and also so all the one way streets in Dublin we didn't arrive at the motel until 8.15pm. Sorry no pictures of that day. Tuesday - Ros was off to an early start walking to Writers museum and Galleries. I didn't get going until around midday, thought I would walk down into the middle of Dublin namely O'Connell Street looking ...
... to the Visitor Information Centre for some advice as some people we spoke to said it might be a bit dangerous to walk up the hill as there were some spots that were only wide enough for two cars to pass let alone room to get off the road. The information centre confirmed this and suggested getting a taxi, which we did. The info centre called a taxi and he picked us up and delivered us to Snows Hill where we asked him to pick us up in one ...