Posted by magnumlady
I’m still plodding on with the Sligo-Secrets page. New pages added include Ladies Brae.
Also Carrowkeel. I’d love to hear what you think so far.
Posted on January 26, 2014, in Ireland, photos, sligo and tagged ireland, sligo, Sligo secrets, website. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.
This picture would easily win an award! I know how hard it is to set up a detailed website but it’s much appreciated, by me and many. I have put a link to it on Irish Life http://sco.lt/69tpa5
My mother was born in Screen. Doonflin, to be exact. Reading posts from you always tears at my heart strings but hey! In a good way! I have often lost myself on roads around the Ox mountains.
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Thanks Ursula and also for sharing my site, I really appreciate that :)
I love this peek at Sligo, taking notes, don’t want to forget somethng I want to see when I get there.
Thanks Jane :)
I knew it! I just knew it as soon as I saw that photo that it was Ladies’ Brae (or on the way). It’s such a beautiful part of Sligo (but then, I’m biased when it comes to Sligo…but it truly is lovely in a quietly wild and untouched sort of way). Skreen’s like that, too.
The website is looking great, Val. I’ve already forwarded the link to a few friends in the US and they all now want to either visit or simply move to and live in Sligo. Can you blame ‘em? :)
Thanks for all the wonderful places you take us to, and sharing the journeys you go on with us, Val. – June
Thanks June :)
We love it! Share it with our friends too :-)
Did.you find the caves in.Keash?
You mustn’t have seen this page: http://www.sligo-secrets.com/caves-of-kesh
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