Essence of Ireland in 1800 miles – Part 14

Our last walk in Northern Ireland was such a special one….our host, Dawson, told Michael of some places that tourists don’t usually go.  This walk took us to a small little harbour, through a cow pasture and up into the cliffs where some sheep were grazing.  They were right beside the ocean and seemed to be curious about our presence in their field.  What amazed me was how clean and white they were.  I did not have to clean them up for the pictures at all.  Generally, I use some photoshop to take the dirty parts of sheep away.  We hiked up past them to a place that is called a hole in the wall.  After we finished talking to the sheep, we headed south to Offaly county where Michael’s family originated before 1845 when they immigrated to the United States.

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