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June 11th 2008
Published: November 10th 2017
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Well, we made it to Ireland. I almost lost Stacy on the Express train to the airport. The doors opened to get off. We let the other people get off and then got our luggage. The door closed on Stacy's luggege and we couldn't open it. A woman released the door just long enough for Stacy to get off and then it left with me still on it screaming for someone to open the door. Luckily, it came back to the same station after about 15 mins. Dublin was nice. We spent 3 days there before we left on our driving trip to Kilorglin. I caught a head cold in Dublin and then passed on to Stacy. See, we share everything. We went to the Dingle Penninsula and Killarney National Park. Both were spectacular. We took a short cut back to our town past the Macgillicuddy Reeks. It was getting late and the road was supposed to be a scenic road. It turned into a single track road with grass growing up in the center. We didn't see another car or building or person. We did have to herd sheep and cattle off of the road with the car. We thought we were going to end up in a field or pasture out in the middle of nowhere.

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our house in Kilorglinour house in Kilorglin
our house in Kilorglin

4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths , kitchen, laundry, living room

11th June 2008

That's the tallest damn Leprechaun I've ever seen!!
11th June 2008

Really great pictures, the house is awsome. got to watch those trains and the roads to never never land.<br><br>Maybe you can get Mike on on of those trains and not tell him how to get off.<br><br>Judy retires next
Friday from Mercy 30 years, we are saving for a trip to Bakersfield, diesel is over $5 a gal, big black truck is just covered up and parked.<br><br>Glad your having such a great time and really enjoy the pictures<br><br>Gary and Judy<br>

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