Visits For June, 2007

Sunday, 10th June 2007

A Real Scorcher Of A Day In Waterford

The only way I got wet today was through getting very hot, wandering around County Waterford in the 24? heat. What a beautiful day!

Having seen so many of Waterford's greatest monuments it's getting difficult to get from one site to another. The sites I still need to see are spread so thinly, that it takes me all day to see half a dozen. It is worth it, though. There are so many wonderful places in Waterford that it is always a pleasure to be there. The people are really friendly, too: always keen to help, and even to take you to the stones if they have time.

Today wasn't all about the monuments: I was also focusing on the landscape around them. Sometimes, when you are visiting a lot of sites it is easy to not see what's going on around you - to not see where the monument actually is. Every now and then it's worth taking a little time to do this.

Occasionally, it is also worth dedicating an hour of a stretched day to finding one monument, even if the farmer doesn't know it's on his land. My hunt for the three bullaun stones in Kilbrack was partially successful - I found one of them, and what a wonderful example it is, too.

Crehanagh South (Co. Waterford)Ogham Stone7 New Images
Sheskin (Co. Waterford)Portal Tomb2 New Images
Ballinadysert (Co. Waterford)Stone Pair2 New Images
Kilbrack (Co. Waterford)Bullaun Stone2 New Images
Rathmaiden (Co. Waterford)Stone Row or Alignment4 New Images
Sheskin (Co. Waterford)Standing Stone2 New Images
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