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19th July 2017

love all your pictures <3
Enjoying all your pictures and I know you are enjoying your beautiful awesome trip....take good care and stay safe...loves ya <3
28th September 2011

You're welcome. We weren't supposed to stop at all in Wales, but since our tour guide was Welsh, he felt obligated to stop so we can enjoy ALL of Great Britain! I loved visiting Conwy.
15th September 2011

Very very beautiful picture Ireland is best when it comes to natural beauty and grass looks greener there :)))
18th July 2011

Nomi and Neo!
14th July 2011

yep, just like her father...that's my corny daughter
From Blog: Mitchell, SD
3rd July 2011

Actually I couldnt reach the stone with my lips, so I licked it!! LOL! The crowds were thin also when I went up do to the rain shower that was occuring that day.
3rd July 2011

I did go inside, but at that time it was being used for some event and no cameras were allowed. It was pretty inside.
3rd July 2011

I doubled check and yes you're right, so I made the change. Thanks for the info.
1st July 2011

so jealous...another area I wanted to see but didn't have time, Legend says the Giant's Causeway is a bridge "built" between Ireland and Scotland by the folklore legend Finn McCool...sort of of like Paul Bunyan in the US.
1st July 2011

I wonder if you kissed the same spot on the Blarney Stone that I kissed...lol. We saw the castle grounds during an icy winter day. We were the last tourists allowed in the castle for the day due to the dangerous icy steps to climb. Seeing i
t all was still cool...no pun intended...lol
1st July 2011

I loved the downtown area of Cork. We got to see the house where Jennifer's great grandfather O'Mahoney was born in the old section of the city, near St. Patrick's Church.
1st July 2011

hey....we stopped at that yellow building and got a deli sandwich in it's bottom floor market and walked around this same waterfront area before heading to Cork.
1st July 2011

that's the church and street outside where Jennifer and I spent New Year's Eve celebrating with thousands of Irish...just like they do in Times Square in New York.
1st July 2011

too bad you didn't go inside the church, it's almost 1000 years old and beautiful inside
1st July 2011

We saw it up close and it's laser engraved all around the base. It's actually called Millennium Spire, but also known locally as "the Spike"...lol
1st July 2011

This is one area we tried to visit but due to the biggest snow storm in over 50 years to hit Ireland, the day before, the road to the park was closed due to snow drifts :(Glad one of us got to see it, Thanks for the pics.
1st February 2011

Beautiful and insightful pictures of Cong. You have a great eye and steady hand!!
17th January 2011

A truly wonderful photo. The Celtic Cross shows such detail remembering this is not a new addition - the birds above give the photo the motion it needed.
6th January 2011

why dose united kingdom have the american flagg!!!!! its over where england and europe is
6th January 2011

Plymouth is where the Mayflower sailed from when it carried the pilgrims to america. So there is a monument to those first Americans. Hence an American flag is flown at the monument.
7th August 2010

Wow....beautiful
7th August 2010

Can I have a copy....I soo want to go and see everything

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