Today was our day in county Clare, where we drove through the Burren, a barren region of limestone mountains, which were once upon a time the ocean floor. This area is bordered on the western Atlantic side by the awesome cliffs of Moher.
We began our journey at Ashford castle,where David and Carrie, had stayed last night, and the picture above was taken in one of the ground floor lounges.
The day today was extremely foggy as we set out on our journey, and that is just about the worst type of weather you could have when going to see the Cliffs. In the picture above we have David and Carrie together at the memorial bronze in the town of Cong which commemorates the great "Quiet Man" movie.
Now with the sun behind me, you can clearly see just how lovely our day was. This tower, O'Brien's tower, is located at the top of the cliffs
Today was another great day for all of us, and we were truly blessed by the weather.
David and Carrie send their love to all back home and hope that they are enjoying following us on our tour in the west of Ireland.