I love Spring, the awakening of new growth, the longer days, the light making the leaves look luminous. This year there seems to be an abundance of bluebells. I’m blessed to work quite near the most beautiful forest in Roscommon. It’s been such a pleasure to stop there and just wander for a while. […]
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.
Another night of insomnia so I decided to get up in the end instead of sitting in bed thinking of what ifs and what might have beens. I left the house in the dark at around 5am and headed to Glencar. I’ve always wanted to do the bog road walk up to the mountain so […]
Still on my Wild Atlantic Wayfarer project (in conjunction with the Hawk’s Well Theatre and LookWest), this time it was off for a walk along Lissadell beach, Sligo. It’s a lovely flat walk, so suitable for all abilities. There was no one else around when I was there so I had a lovely peaceful walk […]
Samaritans Sligo are celebrating 30 years working with the Sligo community. To celebrate this milestone, they are looking to celebrate with you, the people who have supported them for 3 decades. They are asking you to ‘Walk With Us’ on April 18th. They are hosting a 5km walk, starting from our centre at the top […]
It was a beautiful, sunny day on Friday and I had an hour to spare so I decided to pay a visit to the ruins Killaspugbrone Church near Strandhill, Co. Sligo. Killaspugbrone is one of the ‘Sligo Walks’ and is part of a longer looped walk which you can find out about here. I usually […]