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Cliffs of Moher

The following is a post from a trip to Ireland I took during my semester in England. A group of us spent March 13-17 in Dublin and Cork and had an absolute blast! 1,359 more words


In 2006, after visiting my friends in County Carlow, I went to the Irish national music competition in Carlow town.  My god child was the first place winner in Irish style singing from Dublin, and she competed but did not place in the national finals.  85 more words


horse, fog, site specificity

Lots of horses around. Probably Traveller horses.

Mad morning fog. So pretty.

View of Limerick from the mystery location of ANU + The Performance Corporation… 22 more words

Inadequate silver eel mitigation on the Shannon

The River Shannon has a large hydroelectric scheme in its lower reaches, and there are no bypasses for silver eels migrating downstream (or indeed for other fish such as salmon kelts and smolts). 1,201 more words

Eel Management Plan

King John's Castle Limerick

King John’s Castle, Limerick

Back in January this year I took a weekend trip to Limerick on the river Shannon, to King Johns Castle located at the high street end of the town. 344 more words

Nigel Borrington


On every trip to Ireland, there is usually some little experience which stands out in my mind and gives me something to talk about when I get home.  845 more words


field trip: hazelnuts of wisdom, vespers

Our Intro to Ritual Studies class went on a field trip Tuesday evening. First we went to Lough Gur to the Grange stone circle, the largest Neolithic stone circle in Ireland. 166 more words