Moville is a small tourist town, situated on the west bank of Lough Foyle and the eastern edge of the beautiful Inishowen Peninsula, near the northernmost point in Ireland. Across Lough Foyle lies Northern Ireland, with the city of Derry being about 30 km south of Moville. While most of our days are spent in Moville, we do hop on a bus fairly regularly and wander around in a different town, thus the blog name, Somewhere in Ireland.
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
signs and sights
is part of Swan Park in Buncrana. It is closed now due to flooding during one of the storms we had earlier. There's a lot of work to be done before it will open again to the public. As you walk through the trail, you see signs on little plaques identifying the different trees, leaves and plants. Also there are some for animal tracks. It's a very easy and nice walk. These photos were taken in the summer of 2016 on one of our trips to Buncrana. We're told we are going experience some crappy weather this week with snow, sleet or rain plus it's going to be colder. So this is a good time to show these summer images.
Bluebells, the word at the bottom means blue clover
and lets not forget the human prints
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