Day: June 27, 2016

Beguiling Buzzard

The evening was sun dappled and full of the scent of honeysuckle. We went to wait for the buzzard which sometimes flies over our patch. We took Rosie the greyhound and walked through the buzz of the bees. The horsetail was alive with grasshoppers, too clever for us to see and the scanty clouds just hung in the sky. …

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A ‘Coole’ Walk

I am really lucky to live in a truly beautiful county. It is pretty untouched by high production farming, drainage and hedgerow destruction (although it does happen). We have a limestone landscape, blanket bog, mountains, a UNESCO heritage show cave – Marble Arch Caves Geopark We also have three National Trust Properties and are surrounded by the Erne River System.  …

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