Autumn upon us! Just three days in to official autumn and who would know it. Temperatures in the low 20s, blue skies and balmy breezes. All the barley and oats have been harvested, straw baled and removed, the stubbles providing easy… Continue reading →
King John’s Castle – Limerick
The 13th century castle in Limerick was reopened earlier this year after an extensive refurbishment programme.
Touchscreen technology, computer-generated imagery and animations all aim to help to bring to life 800 years of history. Some areas,… Continue reading →
Kingfisher brilliance. On the farm walk, down by the river the other evening, I happened to catch a glimpse of the unmistakable bright blue and orange colours of the kingfisher, the first kingfisher I have seen for some time. In fact… Continue reading →
Some hours hopefully well spent improving our walk, with the addition of waypoint markers, which should make “navigation” easier.
New waypoint markers on the Bayly Farm walk