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Ireland in a bite

Highlight – Attending a low-key but most enjoyable national hunt meet on a sunny Wexford April afternoon. It was pretty cool to experience racing in its home environment! 261 more words

The Sign on the Ivy-Wrapped Tree

A few weeks ago, I posted about my Walk of Wonder, and among the photos I posted was this…

I was intrigued by the cords of the ivy which had wrapped around the tree trunk; they reminded me of the twisted knots of blood vessels and capillaries. 99 more words


Irish Mythology | Tree Lore (Part Two) - The Hawthorn

In the last few weeks, the fierce golden blaze of yellow gorse which swept through Ireland’s hedgerows like wild-fire, has given way to the gentler, creamy-white froth of hawthorn blossom.  517 more words


It's amazing

I got more likes on a post with a content than a post I put a lot of work into.

When I hit publish there was text here, I swear. 303 more words

As we go along

“Do you want to come for a walk?”, asks the vet. I nod. We leave the village with staring glances of the grocer’s wife directed at our backs. 430 more words

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