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Time Travel in Scotland & Ireland

00 Kilmartin Glen 3723 Traveling around Scotland and Ireland truly feels as if you are time traveling. Some of the ruins are in remote areas with few if any visitors during the off season, which makes them feel all the more ancient.  One can't help but be awestruck [...]

Interview by MysticMag

I was recently interviewed by MysticMag.com about Tending to the Soul. You can read the interview HERE.  Mystic Mag Interview

Ruins and Portals – Ireland

During our travels around Ireland in May we had the opportunity to visit quite a few ruins. Some were on our planned itinerary, such as Cong Abbey and the Rock of Cashel. Others were happy accidents, the Neale Church and the Bective Abbey, found along the road as we meandered [...]

Stained Glass Windows of Harry Clarke

What a find!!  To experience the beauty and learn of the stained glass windows of Harry Clarke. Harry Clarke 1889-1931, was a prolific illustrator and stained glass artist during the arts and crafts movement in Dublin, Ireland. During his short life Clarke created over 160 stained glass windows for religious [...]

Clare Island Lighthouse, Ireland

On Clare Island in the Clew Bay, County Mayo, Ireland, just off the coast, sits a truly unique and magical place to stay, the Clare Island Lighthouse. Built in 1806, on the edge of the cliffs at the northern most tip of the island, the lighthouse served faithfully until it [...]

Landscapes of Ireland

Most of our time in Ireland we were on the west coast, or the Wild Atlantic Way as they call it. This was my first trip and Mary’s third so we visited some of her favorite locations, including Clare Island which you’ll see more of in my next post. Upon [...]

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