The White House
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... like area and then into tall, old trees. We find wild raspberries on our way up and like the kids, dig in and eat some. They are very tasty.
The view from the top is fantastic. It’s almost 360 degrees. Everywhere is green except for the farms, which have been harvested and the bales sit on yellow ground. On our way back we pump out Garth Brooks greatetst hits, guess I wasn't the only disappointed in her cancellations. Country music ...
... their 30's, accept Brid #1 and Seamus. I noticed that Brid #1 looked a lot like my grandma, GG, but my mom said she looked like her Nana. Everyone was always smiling and laughing. This time I wasn't as full, because I was prepared and had a small breakfast. It was very good, what they put together. Most of what was on the table was dessert! But I had no problem with that! Well, I am close to closing my eyes now, so goodbye before I fall asl..... - ...
... to inquisitive visitors like myself. I felt honored to stand in their turf.
To round out the night, I hoofed it over to the Hunt Museum (after standing in awe at the base of St. Mary’s Cathedral as the bells rang and rang) to volunteer with the opera scenes. Young students performed half-hour shows of famous arias and duets to packed crowds. I acted as body guard, not supposed to let in people without tickets (tickets were free, but completely booked), and ...
... touch them and the camper was covered in cow muck!
By this stage Marts had hauled out the whisky so he and I were very happy thank you in the back.
Also gave one to K who was navigating - not sure that helped her though. K kept saying we're nearly there, we're nearly there - even though we werent and didnt have a clue where we were... R saying I'm f###king over this s##te - more than ...
... advantage of the beautiful weather and drive over to the Cliffs of Moher. We nearly had the place to ourselves, as we walked up to O'Brien's Watchtower, which is where most of the tourists hang out. Off in the distance to the southwest we could see another watchtower on the cliff so we decided to hike to it. The distance turned out to be much farther than we thought and the going was slow because we quickly ran out of paved path to walk on; the path was muddy and ...
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