They might be giants

The title is a nod to a band - bonus points if you can name one of their songs (which also happens to be one of my favourites). Anyway I'm off tangent already! Last week I had some time to kill and Claremorris was on my way to Ashford Castle so I went exploring.  ... Continue Reading →

Mooching Around Mayo

Last week Lucy and I went over to Ballina for the afternoon. Lucy really wanted to go to the Penneys there which is a fantastic two-story shop and so much better than the Sligo one. As for me I don't 'do shopping' or when I do I complain about it so I dropped Lucy off... Continue Reading →

Rock the boat

I have some kind of phobia about boats...well no I suppose I don't. Boats would be great if they didn't move...but they do and I'm going to be in one for quite a few hours tomorrow on Lough Gill taking photos of the brave souls swimming the lake in aid of North West Hospice. I... Continue Reading →

The disappearing lake

Firstly thank you for the kind words yesterday, I'm all good now. Everything happens for a reason and all that. Now for something completely different. I was out exploring on Sunday and went to visit Lough na Suil (which means the lake of the eye). The lake is located in¬†Ballinphull between Geevagh and Riverstown and... Continue Reading →

Half Moons

It's all about Half Moons today on the blog. We had frost this morning which cleared and gave us a lovely day...much needed after all the rain we've had. I had a bit of time before drama so I headed to Half Moon Bay in Hazelwood, Sligo and this was what greeted me. I'm doing... Continue Reading →

SUP for the Irish Cancer Society

On Sunday I went along to Trawnee Bay on the shores of Lough Gill by the Isle of Innisfree to take photos of some SUP'ers who were taking part in a SUP in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. James and Sean two very brave lads are climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa in January... Continue Reading →

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