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Day 3 Meandering the Midlands

Michaelhouse and Ardmore








Four-Leafed: Ireland, Part III

If you’ve been coming down the west coast of Ireland, everything changes when you hit County Cork. The coastline mellows, the cities get bigger, the weather tends to be a bit nicer, and you no longer feel like you’re traveling through the landscape of a bygone era. 3,845 more words

Oklahoma-21st state

This is part of a series of posts from my quest to run a half marathon in all 50 states. Oklahoma was my 21st state. 715 more words

#F1 History: The Jones Dynasty – A Chip off the Old Block

Brought to you by TheJudge13 chronicler Jennie Mowbray

“I believe that what we become depends on what our fathers teach us at odd moments, when they aren’t trying to teach us. 2,553 more words

F1 History


THE Leprechaun–that flash from elf-land–was perched comfortably upon the west window ledge, high up in Ardmore Tower. Dawn was just beginning to send misty, gray lights over the rolling land. 2,331 more words

Folk Tales And Folklore

Silent Sunday or: Group Therapy


We had the opportunity to do some walking with a small group of friends, yesterday. I’ll be writing more about it on The Man Who Walked the Town… 133 more words

Silent Sunday

Today in Irish History – 24 July:

In the Liturgical Calendar, the Feast Day of Declán mac Eircc (also Déclán or Declan), Declanus in Latin sources, was an early Irish saint of the Déisi Muman, who was remembered for having converted the Déisi in the late 5th century and for having founded the monastery of Ardmore (Ard Mór) in what is now Co Waterford. 902 more words