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Executive chauffeurdriven vacations in Ireland with Dave Hogan and Dovechauffeurdrive
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Thursday, June 23, 2016

Chauffeurdriven vacations on Wild Atlantic way in Dingle with Dave Hogan

This morning we were up and ready for our trip to the Dingle peninsula. I had managed to take possession of the camera again, and hoped to have more good photos for the Blog today.
Our first stop was at the beach at Inch, where i took this photo. So far, so good.
Woe is me....more feet...and i took this one. Steve had claimed last night that the camera was the problem, and he had not intended to take all of those feet shots. This photo shocked me. Could he be right after all? His lawyer John Glenn, remained silent on this issue, but he had a sinister smile on his face when he looked at me.Is there a plot afoot? Maybe i need to be more careful about what i write on my Blog.
I managed to take this photo of our sneaky lawyer later, obviously taking trial foot shots himself. Now i was really beginning to worry.
Here we have a smiling, and very happy, Bob Barkman, wearing his Irish beanie, and sporting the green shamrock.
John and David feature here in this photo, on a hillside in Dingle,with the beautiful patchwork quilt fields in the background.
Here we have John playing the farmer, as he feeds the sheep on the mountainside in Dingle.
This beautiful baby donkey is just less than four weeks old and is pictured here with his mom.

This mound, pictured here, is an ancient Ring Fort, thousands of years old, and was of great interest to Bob, and indeed David.
John, Barbara, Steve, Dawn and Bob, pictured here, sitting on the wall at Slea Head with the Blasket Islands in the Atlantic ocean offshore.

Later we made our way to the Conor Pass, high in the mountains, overlooking both sides of the Dingle peninsula. Barbara is feeling the cold here at eight hundred feet.
John looks a little chilly here in this photo. It was a bit cold anytime the sun disappeared.

Well this group do have to eat regularly, and like their food. Here we have from the left, Derek, my driver, and fellow guide, Arlene, John, Linda, and David, in Harrington's seafood restaurant in Dingle.
Finally, the rest of the group in Harrington's. Steve, Barbara, Dawn and Bob.
Thiswas another most enjoyable day, and all went well. This group remind me very much of Taffy, my pony, and my cats at home....just keep them all well fed and you will have no trouble at all.

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