|Dustbin Lady with her original 3. Crate Lady is in her crate.|
It all got a bit more complicated later.
|A 1:4 score line. Here, Dusty is near the water and the babies|
|The Mums lead the babies home after|
a visit to the sheep.
|The Elephant's Grave in Castlerea Demesne|
|Customers (and presumably beers) come in all sizes.|
|Jackdaw pots for the chimneys.|
When Cindy died in Athenry in 1972, there was much discussion as to where she would be buried. Castlerea Towns Trust offered a site in the Demesne and Cindy was buried there. It wasn’t until 2014 that Seán Browne got the brainwave to mark the grave site and with the help of local businessmen Benny O’Connell and John Keenan and the expertise of stone mason Declan Hawthorne, his dream became a reality. Chris Kane from Williamstown wrote the epitaph. The grave has become quite popular with locals and visitors alike. If you’d like to visit Cindy’s grave, enter the Demesne through the gate on the Ballindrimley Road and walk along the path until you are opposite the entrance to Cahill’s SuperValu / Mart" So now you know.
|Repairing some arrows for which I had broken the points off.|
The tapering tool for the wood is like a big pencil sharpener.
|The pigs gorging on 'pomace' (cider pressings)|
|Rush hour in the lane outside our house.|