Early Spring in the Beara Peninsula

I missed you! I’ve not been blogging lately as we were in the process of moving to a farmhouse here on the Beara Peninsula. Although our cottage in Droum Woods was definitely cozy, we just needed some extra room for our family. The views from our new hill side home are breathtaking even though the green hills are still dormant in their gray and golden slumber.

The black strip of topsoil at our front door is a gardening adventure bursting with potential. Perennials, vegetables, herbs…perhaps a butterfly garden as well? I’m awaiting the warm planting weather with great anticipation!

Now that we are settling in to our new home, I will once again be able to travel around the Ring of Beara and share with you the locales and stories of this beautiful place. Thank you so much for joining me!


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About Susanne Iles

Contemporary symbolist artist, writer,curator,and geek/nerd girl . Interested in photography, mythology, alchemy,ancient history,science,gaming and magic.
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One Response to Early Spring in the Beara Peninsula

  1. cile-evocativeimaging says:

    What an adventure you are having and thank you for sharing it. I know you will love the farm house..those views. Oh I envy you. I was wondering why you had been so quiet lately. Now I see. Moving takes a lot of extra time and work. But all worth it in the end. I need to send you something by email..some info you may like. Will try to do it tonight.Looking forward for the blog to begin again…..Always a fan of yours, be happy Cile

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