This picture of Drew at Inch, gives you an idea of what the weather was like today. It was disappointing, as we have been having so much lovely weather so far on this trip, except for our day at the Cliffs of Moher, which actually was a little like today. Drew still looks quiet warm and happy, so there was no cold really. He is a fit lad anyway, and a very nice one.
The late Maire Houlihan's house, close to Slea Head is a great place to visit, if you wish to see the ancient Beehive huts, and hold a baby lamb. This picture was taken in front of Maire's old house, and shows, from the left, Gracie, Carol, Drew, the two happy sheep dogs, and Maire's son, Padraic, the man who now runs the farm.
Here we have my pals, standing outside one of the beehive huts at Maire's home.
The big moment, Carol holding her baby lamb. What a nice picture.
A monumental moment for Gracie, who was so looking forward to this. Her lamb looks like he is enjoying it also.
Well, i just had to get in on the act myself. He seemed to enjoy me tickling him under the chin.
You can barely see the rugged coastline in the background here, as Drew and Gracie pose for me.
There was much to be enjoyed during our Dingle visit, including a stop-off at Brian De Staic's jewellery factory on the outskirts of Dingle, where the ladies found some beautiful pieces to bring home with them.
Next on our list is the Ring of Kerry, and the famous Muckross House, and the farm tour there. Fun for all.
If you need information on how to tour with me, and what i do you can visit my website, and it is all there to see. You can find the link here on my Blog. Otherwise you can just send me a message, and i will take it from there.