Grey Squirrel by Chris Grayson
The Hahah, Killarney
In this little corner of Killarney where the jarveys wait for a fare and feed and water their horses, there is an interesting shrine.
Around the corner from here are 2 lovely urban buildings; the town hall and the Plaza Hotel.
I accompanied by little cailíni to school last week. Thank God we were on foot.
Getting the Pension in Australia in 1899
Ladies’ Day 2017
It’s always great to meet friends at The Races. Here I am with my friends, the O’Sullivans.
Great to catch up with Máire, Keelin and Judy
Daithí is well used to posing with pretty ladies. Imelda and Helen obliged him.
West Limerick ladies
The jazzy hat competition brought out some fabulous creations
Local ladies, Vourneen, Norah, Betty and Margaret were paying attention to action on the track.
Cliona places another losing bet.
Photo: Donal O’Leary
Two sixth year students, Padraig Hunt and Michael Murphy won the Safe Family Farm Competition for schools at The recent National Ploughing Championships 2017.
Their win was timely in a week that saw another two fatal farm accidents added to the list of such accidents we are hearing about lately.
With their Ag. Science teacher, Fiona Griffin, the boys came up with a plan to get an aerial map of the family farm and to highlight danger areas. This map would be of use to the farm family as well as visitors or farm workers