En-route to the Cliffs of Moher: a memorial to the men who have died attempting to tranverse the Atlantic by rowboat
County Clare, en-route to Galway. Surfing is very popular throughout the British Isles.
Castles crop up now and then…
Typical scenery in lovely Ireland.
On the walking route to Ballyvaughn, County Clare
Wildflowers are abundant
Church ruins are also abundant
Walking route to Ballyvaughn
Pancakes for breakfast in Dublin after carrying a sack of flour 3000+ kilometers. 2000 kilometers later I still have some.
Coastal road just south of Galway
Mick Gormly: Irish heavyweight champion for three years mid 20th Century. He then treated us to a performance of the Irish National Anthem
Typical cycle-tourers’ fare in the British Isles
In the castle near Skerries
A castle just north of Skerries.
Cycle Detouring: rather than take the long way around, we schlep our gear from the castle grounds back to the road
Giants’ Causeway, Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland, on the road to Larne
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