Upon your arrival in Enniscrone

So the the big yoke has landed, not quite on time and not quite in one piece (her wings are missing) but she's there ready for the next stage. People are arriving in their masses to come and have a look. Never has such a buzz been seen in the North West of Ireland. I'm... Continue Reading →

Horsing around in Collooney

Yesterday Lucy and I went to Markree Riding Stables in Collooney, Co. Sligo. It's only about ten minutes down the road from us and it's set on the grounds of Markree Castle (which has recently be sold - but that's another story). We were welcomed by Caroline, who owns the stables along with her husband... Continue Reading →

Back to Enniscrone

It was a return visit to Enniscrone for me today. There were a couple of other places for me to check out and I jumped at the chance. Enniscrone is a beautiful place and even on a dull day like today it's well worth a visit. There is a beautiful clean sandy beach which stretches... Continue Reading →

Horsing around in Sligo

I'm still busy with my Wild Atlantic Wayfarer project although this week I have been somewhat hampered by my car troubles. Before Gilbert (the car) decided to die on me just after I went to the wonderful Island View Riding Stables, which is located right on the Wild Atlantic Way just outside Grange, Co. Sligo.... Continue Reading →

Hoofing it up

I know I've blogged about them before but I have to do another one to say a huge thank you to South Sligo Stables. I had the chance to go around by myself on Lily today. Lily is a bit giddy ( a bit like myself) and I was a bit nervous. Frank and Kellie... Continue Reading →

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