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Wanderings in South Carlow

South Carlow is such a magical place. Off the beaten track, there’s no fear of being over run by tourist  buses and that adds to its many charms. Its authentic and its ours!

We went for a wander on the Bank Holiday Monday and had the pleasant surprise of bumping in Deborah Adelman and her partner Jim on the Borris Viaduct. Deborah is currently based in Carlow College with International Students and Mary and Deborah recently became acquainted.

Took them under a wing and had a great afternoon looking at some interest places off the beaten track.

Rathgeran

Searching for Rock Art at Rathgeran

Rathgeran Rock Art

Rathgeran Rock Art

St Patricks Weekend and even the rocks are wearing green!

St Patricks Weekend and even the rocks are wearing green!

Hairy Tree at Borris Viaduct Walkway

Hairy Tree at Borris Viaduct Walkway

Borris Viaduct 2

Borris Viaduct

Borris Viaduct

Borris Viaduct

Borris Viaduct 3

Birds eye view of the Viaduct

Exploring St Mullins

Exploring St Mullins

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