Thursday, May 25, 2006

Pip catches some Zzz while we trek through the streets of Dublin, that's me with Benji.

This is the B&B where we stayed in Ballintoy, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It's called the Knocksoughy House.

Believe it or not, I'm on this bridge, the last one, behind Benji. Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, County Antrim, Northern Ireland My traveling companion Pat Abney, with Karen, Bella, Phin, and Pip in front of our hotel in Dublin.
Benji and Pip on the bar in D'Arcy's in Portrush
Dunluce Castle, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
In the yard at our B&B, The Knocksoughy House, Ballintoy, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
All these pictures were made by Pat. So glad someone remembered to get their camera. My umbrella and my camera got left on the back seat of Mike's car at the airport. I still can't believe I went to this beautiful place without my camera.

1 comment:

Zoilus said...

That last picture isn't showing up for some reason, but the rest look lovely next to your travelogue. I'm so glad to hear the trip did you and Mike both some good; lord knows I missed Karen terribly while she was gone to Memphis for a week, even if we had a frightful time tracking one another down due to phone frustrations and difficulties. Our Ryan Air plane ride isn't until tomorrow afternoon, so maybe the morning won't be quite so hectic around here. Still, have to get a camcorder cleaner (playback is becoming distorted) and some SLR camera batteries before we take to the skies. The flight to Paris is two and a half hours--seems awfully long considering everything in Europe is just a hop, skip and a jump from one another. With my computer on the fritz, you're likely not to get any new videos up until we hit NC, but hopefully I can post some pix from my SLR upon our return.