Oar-some! A fine day, a little rowing boat, and some fishing tackle. I'd be in heaven.
Love these videos. T. you have inspired me to dig out my copy of John O'Donohue's Anam Cara...time to re-read.
If these are going on your rental site, you MUST include some pub shots, eh?
Patience, Melinda. Patience. Film-making takes time!
Lovely clips! Looks like he's doing a great job! I didn't know that ya'll were working on a website. Will be looking forward to it. Have a great weekend, cher!
I love Achill - we should've gone there last sunday but didn't have time as we wanted to see Connemara and be home at a reasonable hour - we were leaving from Westport and it would have been too long a detour. Lovely trip you're having!Catherine
Lovely videos...good job. Love the fiddle in the second one; suits the country, the beautiful landscape.
OK T., but don't film any Pringles, ok?And you might have to make many trips to the pub(s) to do a really comprehensive job of it. And then of course the restaurants...What a miserable life you lead...
Melinda, true, it's a sufferin' life I lead, but every morning I summon the courage to do it once again....
Jacqueline, thank you for the introduction to John O'Donohue....sitting here with my coffee this blustery morning, my last of the year here in Carrowholly, I feel the blessing of fully inhabiting my life -- with boundless, infinite gratitude. xo
I think you and Johnny will prove a good match T.
T., I see a future for you and P. in organizing and guiding trips to your piece of heaven. As a virgin of the isle, I will need a hand to hold, and an experienced guide to show me the things I might otherwise miss. How much fun are you two having, anyway? LOTS.