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... in one last time. I would definitely recommend visiting Ireland in October. A lot less crowded than the summer months makes it all worth the cooler temps. It can be a bit chilly and windy at times, but the cooler weather has been welcomed by this Florida girl.
It has been an amazing trip, filled with beautiful scenery, lovely people and a bit of adventure.
Until my next trip ~
... lurching out of the dining room to our right and then crashed into the wine rack in front of us. She had a strange glazed look and I thought she might be really really drunk. She was followed by a male companion, thank goodness, because just after that she crumpled to the floor and her companion was able to help her down without hitting hard. After a few minutes of laying on the floor with her feet up on a chair she made a full recovery. She said she had felt very hot at the table and ...
... to eat at a service stop at the Barack Obama Plaza. (Apparently it is his ancestral home). It even had a Tim Horton's! (You can run but you can't hide!) We finally made it to Limerick where the turnoff took us onto an undivided highway, narrow roads passing through every small town in Ireland. Parked cars and speeding trucks and cars made life very interesting. We reprogrammed the GPS to go to Tralee Golf Course, which was a destination ...
... way down the mountain. At one point I looked behind me on the trail and, oh my gosh - there was a gorgeous sunset that we could only get a little peek at because it was mostly on the other side...darn it! It was hard hiking down on the loose rocks with the fading light that made everything look flat.
Friday 8/14: Gosh, another dry day! We packed up a picnic and the bikes and took them over to Muckross Lake for the ride around. We were under a bit of a time ...
... we still enjoyed our usual stops at the ruins of the hunter's lodge, O'Sullivan's Cascade, and Inishfallen. The waterfall was SO much bigger than last year because of all the recent rain. After getting so soggy out on the lakes we all wanted hot soup for lunch, so we went into Killarney to Stonechat. The first person we ran into in the restaurant was Deb, from the Beaufort Bar; she is now the manager of Stonechat! While we were in town we also picked up dinner items to have a ...
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