Tuesday, February 9, 2010

A Few Snapshots from Ireland

Mary and I bundle up at the base of an old Sesile Oak on a trail at the Glenn of Aherlow at the base of the Galtee Mountains, County Tipperary.

The heather was actually blooming in spots

Yesterday, I looked up to spot some folks parachuting down from a plane. Mary's mother's neighbor has a small airfield and offers parachuting lessons. "Twould be a shame now if they landed in the old bog between us and the cross of eyon," her mother said with a smile. "They wouldn't find them for a week, you know."

I wonder how the weather is in North Carolina.

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