By an amazing lady named Inese.
After a short break we resume our hill walking exercises.
When you look at the picture, you see a sharp-peaked feature on the silhouette of the slope of the mountains in background. Remember it, I will tell you what it is in the end of this post. The mountains you see in the picture belong to the Knockanaffrin Ridge, and we are walking across the Comeragh Plateau.
I feel sorry for the little lamb – the gusts of wind are throwing the hail at the car window, but he is standing there and staring at me.
Another season, another storm. Heavy rain passed over Clonmel and the hills we visited in my previous post from the Comeraghs.
In my first Comeragh blog post you saw the other side of these distant Laghtnafrankee mountains – Glenary Valley. To get a closer look at the mountains, we will turn to the other road. There…
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