Showing posts from June 28, 2015

Boarding Boats For Innisfree, Sunday 5th July

This is for people going from Sligo to Innisfree ... This is for people going from Killerry Jetty, near Innisfree, to Innisfree Ialsnd On either map if you click the 4 corners icon it goes full screen and is easier to use. As most people want a good boat ride but we also need to get people on and off of the island quickly, we will need some to get on at Sligo and later get off at Killerry while others arrive from Killerry and later get off at Sligo. Claire, I and others will transport people between their cars at both ports. Now here are some Street View map shots to assist these maps above. This is the route to Killerry Jetty R287 from Dromahair look for the Lake Isle O Innishfree brown sign on left ... You turn right ... After awhile look left to this church ruins and cemetery Not far from the ruined church turn left, note another brown sign. Very soon you turn right, at another brown sign. Then after awhile is a left turn,

Return To the Magical Glen

Each time we are here the weather has been ok, and it looked being so today. Even if it rains outside it often seems to be sheltered here. Several people wanted to join up with us for this afternoon, more than 20 people at one point. Through the Sunday morning the messages of drop outs flowed but it still looked like 10 of us would be there. We waited at The Well The inside view with steps. and Coleston took some nature snaps From here on, Nature frequently seized Coleston's hat ... Nobody else turned up so we started on our way ... and the Fae continued to seize Coleston's hat frequently. Coleston took this pic :-)   A gate is back here but not as nice as the ornate gate that used to be here, that I think was stolen last year. The path was surprisingly drier than it usually is, considering the rain we have had. Then the path opens out to this ... and a row of mature Ash and Sycamore trees Disturbed by visitor