water and woods

Milltown Woods, Lurganboy, Leitrim

The River Bonet runs through these woods and it’s just so peaceful walking around there, listening to the water rushing and the birds singing. There are several walkways, some uphill where you see bluebells and some fairly flat so suitable for all levels of fitness. In among the bluebells I saw a white one, it’s […]

Rathcroghan Visitor Centre

As part of my Wild Atlantic Wayfarer I paid a visit to the Rathcroghan Visitor Centre in County Roscommon. The centre is modern and welcoming with interpretive rooms, a gift shop and what looked like a great cafe. If you visit when Mike is there he will tell you all about the place and it’s […]

These Wings Were Made to Fly

When I started planning my Wild Atlantic Wayfarer project part of my hopes were to see places from different angles so I was delighted to get back up into a plane again and fly over Sligo. I have to say I’m not great with heights – or planes. So to get up in a small […]

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 […]