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This is Howth-Ireland when the weather is nice. Pretty and fishing village not too far from Dublin. Great Fish'n'Chips

This is Howth-Ireland when the weather is nice. Pretty and fishing village not too far from Dublin.

A classic for all the right reasons. Made in Ireland, this traditional walking cape buttons only at the neck. The rest wraps, drapes, and flows. Cape has double-breasted front and roomy hood that doubles as a scarf or muffler. The fabric is a luscious blend of 65% wool, 15% cashmere, and 20% nylon for durability. One size. 40" long. Specify claret (Shown) or black (not shown).

Irish Walking Cape, mine is black. And, I guess you can see at this stage of life, clothes ---oh, I do still delight in some of them--- are not so high on my priority scale as other things…

Campanula poscharskyana growing against a stone stairway and walls at Peto Gardens, Wiltshire

GAP Gardens - Campanula poscharskyana growing against a stone stairway and walls at Peto Gardens, Wiltshire - Image No: 0113650 - Photo by Lynn Keddie

THE CREAKY TRAVELER IN IRELAND: A Journey for the Mobile but Not Agile by Warren Rovetch. Warren Rovetch, whose unique travelogue of his trek through Scotland was recommended on NPR, now brings the culture, history, and wondrous natural beauty of Ireland to life. Part travel story and part guidebook, but all charm and wit, this book transports us to another culture. While interesting for all readers, it offers planning and navigation tips for the Creaky Traveler who is “mobile but not…

THE CREAKY TRAVELER IN IRELAND: A Journey for the Mobile but Not Agile by Warren Rovetch. Warren Rovetch, whose unique travelogue of his trek through Scotland was recommended on NPR, now brings the culture, history, and wondrous natural beauty of Ireland to life. Part travel story and part guidebook, but all charm and wit, this book transports us to another culture. While interesting for all readers, it offers planning and navigation tips for the Creaky Traveler who is “mobile but not…

from Chris Tait's photostream:  The Dark Hedges Northern Ireland    "This place was a real gem of a find. Not in the guide books but we eventually found a tourist guy that knew where it was. 300 year old beach trees line the road. Some have recently been felled as they were starting to fall but it is quite a magical place. Love to go back and get photos in different conditions"

The Dark Hedges, Antrim, Ireland An array of 300 year old beech trees that form an arch like tunnel the length of the Bregagh road near Armoy in County Antrim