27 May, 2019

Lough Mask

The trail that leads you to Lough Mask in Ballinrobe.  The gate is on a farmer's land and he gave us permission to cross his land and told us we would pass a few more gates but just make sure to close them after you go through.  We did and it took about an hour to get to the lake.

My wife and I are headed to Creeslough and Ards Forest Park to explore for the week so I won't be posting until June 1st .  Have a wonderful week!


Lough Mask


25 May, 2019

derelict house

located in a country setting and could use some help.  No signs or info on the house, hope someone will want to bring it back to a liveable condition.








24 May, 2019

skywatch

the view of shore road last Monday.  It sure looked like rain was coming but it didn't.


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23 May, 2019

the dummies

come out whenever there is a sale.  This one looks ready for adventure.


and this one lost his head. :)


22 May, 2019

population increase

Two cruise ships, the MS Astor with 620 passengers and 278 crew and the MS Cloud with 296 passengers and 185 crew sailed in to the harbour yesterday.  They got to enjoy the town and the nice weather we had.  It was a good day for their visit.


21 May, 2019

a view

of Killybegs from Binroe.  One of the fish processing plants is on the right.



20 May, 2019

transporting

the last of the blades and turbines to the Oweninny wind farm development in north Mayo.  It took a few months to get them all there.  They started transporting them in Janusry.  The photos were taken on the 16th of May.


loaded and ready to go


19 May, 2019

St. John's Church of Ireland

St. John's Church of Ireland Church
Chapel Lane, Killybegs

The church was built in 1829 and extended in 1859-1862.  You can read more about it here



18 May, 2019

saturday critters

came across this beautiful chocolate labrador when on a walk in Ballinrobe a few years ago.  He was taking his owner for a walk and was really shy.  I tried talking to him but he wouldn't look at me so I had to settle for what I could get. :)


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17 May, 2019

skywatch

sunrise view from my bedroom window this past Monday.


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15 May, 2019

signs - spring

rhododendrons can be seen blooming as you enter this driveway, a sure sign Spring is here.


a closer look at the rhododendrons


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14 May, 2019

Lough Head Bridge

a single-arch road bridge over Bungostee River, built c. 1770. Now out of use and overgrown with vegetation.  You can read more about it at the Buildings of Ireland website


Info courtesy of Buildings of Ireland

11 May, 2019

saturday critters

When I was walking pass this place, my eye caught something moving.  My first thought was, wow, those are two huge dogs, then I saw the horns.  We had a stare down and then the sheep decided to jump down to the footpath and go on their way.


well, are you coming or not?


calm down, I'm here right behind you.


let's go this way and lose that guy who's taking our photo.


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10 May, 2019

restricted area

when ships come with deliveries or a cruise ship comes to visit, the area beyond the fence is where they are met.  These days security is very tight.


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09 May, 2019

Sonny McSwine's

is having their sign adjusted.  It looks like a new paint job on the facade


this photo was taken two weeks later.


07 May, 2019

restoration

of a buiding that was vacant on main street.  It'll be interesting to see what it becomes.


04 May, 2019

saturday critters

on our walk the other day, we came across these cute critters.





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03 May, 2019

skywatch

yesterday down at the harbour


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01 May, 2019

CDP theme day - Purple

a photo I took last year in front of the Killybegs Infomation Centre.


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