Lough Gur, Lehinch, & the Cliffs of Moher

After leaving a copy of The Keepers of Eire at Waterstones in Cork City, I headed out to County Limerick and the Grange Stone Circle to find the circle caretaker, Timothy Casey. I met Timothy the last time I was in Ireland-we exchanged postcards. My Irish luck held well as Timothy pulled up in his tractor just as I was thinking of trying the house across the road (he told me last time that he lived just across the road). Here are Timothy & I.

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Those who have read my novel know that I have a caretaker for dragons that I named Timothy, after this wonderful gentleman.
Here are a few shots at the stone circle. Guess who made an appearance today?

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I just love this stone circle-such magic here, at least for me.
Next, I headed toward my resting place for the night-Doolin, but I stopped in Lehinch and dropped off a book there, then spent some rain-free time at the Cliffs of Moher. Quite different from the last time I saw them.

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2 Comments

July 15, 2014 · 10:59 am

2 responses to “Lough Gur, Lehinch, & the Cliffs of Moher

  1. Where did you stay in Doolin? Did you make it into any pubs? I love that place!

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