The Top of the World
Thursday. A whirlwind tour, sunup to sundown and beyond. Our guides, Damian Stack and Ger Greaney, began with a run up to Knockanure in the early morning mist. On the left, and aging cemetery of Celtic crosses and stone walls. On the right, in the middle of a farmer's field, a fairy fort. High on the hill, surrounded by tall trees, a circle of legend and bones which none would enter.
12/22/2017 03:43:00 am
Sounds like you had a great day. I was just wondering as there was no mention of treats in your blog,was someone very bold and didn't deserve them? F&W
12/22/2017 03:52:15 am
Oh no! How could I forget the treats? Too many gorgeous views. My brain is steeped in Irish history now. Even chocolate can't get through... F&W
What with all the high brow educated Anthropological observationsfrom
12/22/2017 04:12:09 am
With all the anthropological information that Mr Greaney (true or false) told you about your brain had little room for anything else. He does tend to go on and on and on. At least that's what I have heard. I also heard that the other joker Stack has some good stories and a good singer. F&W
12/22/2017 04:20:06 am
The show tunes were the hit of the day. No amount of historical knowledge can make up for quality entertainment!
12/22/2017 09:12:58 am
Beautiful pics and storylines and thank you for sharing your journey.
12/22/2017 12:03:12 pm
ha ha! Yes, it was a "nope", but there is still one teenager squeaking with delight whenever we see one!
12/23/2017 01:37:32 am
Thanks for sharing that beautiful day and the music. Caught a few Nancy in the song but the rest was just wonderful melody. Love that trad music as well. Great photos especially the 360 one. What a wonderful group of people.
12/23/2017 03:03:14 am
It is all so enchanting, Carol! The experience is life changing and spirit filling. I am so, so lucky to be here!
12/23/2017 07:44:43 am
Hush and awe. All those musically beautiful place names.
12/23/2017 08:31:41 am
Musical names seem to be one of their specialties here. :) They trip off the tongue like notes, especially in a brogue.
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