19 April 2017

South West Ireland

Planning a tour in the Morgan /4/4 is always exciting and Ireland is one place Helen and I have reached at last. Sons Matthew and William enjoy surfing the west coast and brother Andrew describes it simply; "Quirky".
So with M.O.T.  passed, tool roll bagged up, a tarp readied in case rain arrives, the GPS waypoints keyed in and we are off via Rosslare.
A  fine weather window is with us for a few days and the Ring of Kerry makes the first  day out a winner. The scenary excels and easily matches that explored elsewhere. AlbumHere

Thursday and the weather window stays clear blue. The scenic roads are tortuous and not so coach friendly as those explored elsewhere.
My next planned Blog Page; to be entitled "Homes and Gardens" will focus on the wide variety of abandoned dwellings which seem to slowly disolve into the lush green landscape.

Garinish Harbour 

Garinish Harbour

Clear water

Hideaway  home for a few days 

Ring of Kerry honey pot 

Dolphins  play in the clear blue sea 

R574 crossover the Beara Caha Mountains

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