My brave fellow travellers, pictured today in the mist and rain at the Cliffs of Moher. What can i say....you can go back through my previous Blogs and you will find it hard to find weather like you see in this picture. It was disappointing for Liz and James, but they never complained at any time. When we arrived at the cliffs this morning it looked like we would actually see nothing at all, and we actually felt lucky that it cleared enough for us to even see what you can see in this picture above.
In this picture you are looking in the direction of O'Brien's Tower at the top of the Cliffs. You may be able to see it like a shadow right in the centre of the picture on the cliff that is barely visible in the mist.
We continued our journey down the west coast of Clare and crossed the Shannon river on the ferry from Killimer to Tarbert. Here we have James as we crossed with the Tarbert power station in the background.
Liz's pal, at home in Texas, is a Hogan like myself, and she sent me greetings through Liz. When i heard this, i decided i had better return the greetings by sending her this picture of the entrance to my den in Killarney in county Kerry. Not many are invited to this strange and mysterious place, but then Liz has a pal called Hogan and that makes all the difference.
Our destination tomorrow is the wonderful Dingle peninsula. Come along and enjoy the excitement.