Cycling on Water

Today Lucy and I went to The Grass Roof Cafe in Rossinver, Co. Leitrim for a wonderful lunch (more about that in another blog). On the way home we took a drive to Glencar Waterfall. On the drive home I saw a man cycling a bike on Glencar Lake....yes you read right he was cycling... Continue Reading →

Electric Escapes

When I was in Belmullet I came back to Sligo via Newport and met up with Paul from Electric Escapes as part of my Wild Atlantic Wayfarer journey. I'm on the look out for tourist ideas that 'middle-aged adventurers' (like myself) can take part in. Electric Escapes fits the bill perfectly, you can hire an... Continue Reading →

Couch to 16k with Wild Atlantic Ways

As part of the Wild Atlantic Wayfarer project which involves seeking out adventures in and around the North West of Ireland that 'middle-aged adventurers' can take part in and will culminate in a photography ex. I contacted Wild Atlantic Ways to see what they had to offer. I met up with Jarlath and Sean at... Continue Reading →

Eco-Adventure Clean Up

This morning I went along to the Rennafix Group's Eco-Adventure Clean Up. It was a great idea for people to either hike with Seatrails, bike with Northwest Adventure Tours or Stand up paddle with SUPforall to an area along the shore of the River Bonet that needed cleaning up. It is running tomorrow as well... Continue Reading →

Jono’s new bike

Thanks to the lovely people at Glenisk, Jono received his new bike today. He's delighted with it. Thanks to everyone for voted for him too. It was lovely to see so much support and Jono sends a big thank you to you all. Also a big thank you to The Dutch Bike Shop who heard about... Continue Reading →

On your bike

This is a beg for votes please. If you are on Facebook can you please like my comment on the Glenisk page. As anyone who reads my blog will know, Jono had spinal surgery. The surgeon said cycling would really help him. His old bike is too small and the chain is broken though. At the... Continue Reading →

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