The thing I love about Spring in Ireland is that it bursts forth in a flurry of romantic, spring-time cliches. Misty, soft, rain? Check. Rainbows? Check. Frolicking lambs? Check. Flowers? But of course…. Throw in a pheasant crowing at the … Continue reading
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Sheep! Love them or not, they are definitely a living part of the Beara landscape. Luckily I love them…except when they are eating my garden of course. The following are some pictures of a few of the woolly beings that … Continue reading
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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 … Continue reading
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Tagged Beara Peninsula, driving in ireland, garden, hills, irish countryside, irish landscape, ring of beara, rolling hills, spring, sunset, susanne iles, touring ireland