Today was bright and sunny here in Ireland. Stunning weather really. We waste no time covering ground once we touch down. A long glorious walk among some of the most beautiful stone walls I’ve ever seen, a view that looks all the way to Rossbeigh and the Dingle peninsula, and fields of green grass that caused the sheep farmer in me to be quite envious. The walk was on an old farm in Glenbeigh, and as usual, we had a light lunch packed…..local cheese, a fresh loaf of ciabatta bread, and some Greek olives. No need for fancy tables or a long menu to choose from, an old wooden stool in a cow barn works just fine. A perfect day.
Nov 6 2016
A perfect lunch in a beautiful country. ( I named my daughter, Erin, just because…)
A beautiful country for sure! because I am always in the same village and have come to collect many wonderful friends here, it is extra special for me…like coming home!
Awesome!!!! Beautiful and perfectly quintessential!
All good things for sure…..pure delight!
Picture this woman smiling as I look at these photos. 🙂
I’ll go a bit further, Judy, and picture that woman traipsing through the fields with me and breaking for a cup of tea and some cheese in a field stone cow barn…yes?
The picture is beautiful and the cheese and bread look good
The cheese here in Ireland is always amazing….and having a little picnic outdoors, a lovely walk through green fields, and the views…can’t beat them!! Thank you for reading, I’ll try and post more while here!
Sigh. So lovely.
Can’t think of a better way to brush off any jet lag than a walk and a light lunch at this scenic Irish site. What a view! Is this a working farm?
Hi Annie, Yes, it is a working farm belonging to a neighboring bachelor near my friend Sally’s home. He raises cattle and sheep……quite a stunning place, but most lovely because it is not a ‘showplace’ but a real working farm….like our farms in Maine ..no bells and whistles but pure beauty .