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Songs and Words Fiddled Away at Dooney Rock

Aahhh, back to Dooney Rock Forest, and we descend through the forest to the Lough side. There was an immmediate "wow!" calling of delight by those who had not been here before.

Then by the Lough Gill, and more "Wow!"

Then as I write here Jane Gilgun, who was with us, posted this beautiful video of this day which really explains and presents it all :-)

How do I follow that beautiful video by Jane?

Here goes, anyway. As you can see by the video clip we commenced our first Bardic sharing as soon as we reached the shore of Lough Gill.

some listened with all senses

some chilled out

some joined their responses with the lough

and here is a bit more of the singing of the beautiful Blue Germain

and I will post a video of Tony Cuckson here very soon
as he was in top voice on this day.

The waterside is beautiful here

but we moved on

explored more

passed a mysterious building remains, well a couple of old walls at least

then up the steps to the top of Dooney Rock with…