A Trip to Ireland

You might have noticed we were gone a few weeks (I honestly thought I scheduled blogs to post while I was gone!) but it was for good reason; we were in Ireland! I went for a school trip and gramawama went to do genealogy. We had an amazing time. I took over 1000 photos! The experience was wonderful and we met some fantastic Irish people.

Edited2This photo is from when we took a boat tour of Dingle bay. The cliffs were beautiful! A wild dolphin came to live in the bay and has stayed for 30 years!

Edited3Random, ancient towers are a common part of the scenery in Ireland.

Edited4This beehive hut was made thousands of years ago and is still standing with no modification of renovations.

edited5And, of course, a sheep! There were so many sheep and cows roaming the hillside.

We plan on posting a few blogs about specific experiences we had in Ireland, so look forward to those! And just blogs with the lovely scenery of Ireland. Happy to be back home, and looking forward to posting!

eggyolk

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11 Responses to A Trip to Ireland

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  2. Your photography is gorgeous! I love the sheep pic a lot…

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  6. Hi I am Dale O’Keeffe we are staying in Mallow april next year to walk in their foot steps our ancestors are from Doneraile and Buttervant timothy and johanna died before 1858.cheers Dale.

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