Glenties, co. Donegal
Wow! That's a huge pile of peat, your title made me laugh
Would be good for some gardening :-)
There must be a lot of happy gardeners near by. :-)
Still in use in Ireland?
Yes, but it is being abandoned and will be banned by 2030.
Bien amontonada que está, esperando a que las reparta en los jardines.
Do people still use the peat for heating? It is a fossil fuel.Have a happy Sunday and a great new week!
It is amazing to me that peat extraction is still underway.
Uma grande pilha.Um abraço e bom Domingo.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
Oh, they let things sit like this for quite a while..even here.
...something that I haven't seen before.
I couldn’t believe the peat stoves when we were in Ireland.
A huge pile: I have never seen something of similar before.
Interesting to see. The smell of burning peat is something I associate with Ireland, but I realize it is not good for our climate crisis.
Reading your earlier reply I wonder how much peat will be left by 2030?
I didn't know it was still being dug up. Times are changing.
Fuel for the coming winter?
That's a big pile.
Quite a pile.
That should keep them nice and warm this winter. Quite a large pile.
Preparing for the winter that will not take long.What a big pile!
A huge pile of peat! Looks not good.
That is quite a large pile of peat!All the best Jan
That's alot of peat, I'm assuming it's good for the garden?
Uy buena fotografía te mando un beso
That looks a big pile of peat to warm the home I presume.
Classic There Mr BillCheers
Ahh poor Peat seems to be neglected!
Acho que nunca tinha visto por aqui!Excelente partilha, Bill! Abraço!Ana