The above photos say it all.Today was our day on the Dingle peninsula and unfortunately it was not the best day to be there as visibility was virtually nil due to heavy fog. Thankfully Terry and DiAnn still managed to have a good day, and we did enjoy ourselves. The weather did pick up in the afternoon as we made our way to Tralee on the Northern side of the peninsula.
Terry looks very much at home here in Maura Houlihan's house near Slea Head. Maura's beehive huts, pictured below, are well worth a visit, and great value at Euro2-00 per person. She is also a lovely lady and very welcoming.
Here we have a picture of Terry, still looking for that elusive Leprechaun. I find it rather odd as he claims that there is no such thing as a Leprechaun. Such is life.
Here we have DiAnn, comforting poor Terry, as he failed once again to find any Leprechauns. He is not finished yet though i feel.
These pretty wild flowers, growing on the cliff edge at Slea Head, are just some of the wonderful range of wild flowers that you will find on Dingle.
Here we have Terry and DiAnn sitting on the wall above the
Atlantic at Slea Head.
We came across this thatcher at work on a cottage near Dingle. A rare enough sight these days.
They say that if coming across an E-Type Jaguar brings tears to your eyes, that then you are showing your age.
Terry?........do you need a hanky?
An inshore fishing boat entering the harbour at Dingle this afternoon.
Terry and DiAnn outside Garvey's Sports Store in Dingle and sending their regards to all the Garvey's back home in the USA. See you all soon.