Coast To Coast in Ireland: Arrival

While my posts describing our coast-to-coast walk in Ireland are well behind the actual walking, our schedule continues at an unforgiving pace. In fact, today, May 29, we successfully completed our cross-country walk!

We arrived at the western tip of Ireland, Bray Head, on beautiful Valentia Island. Beyond the cliffs lies the Atlantic Ocean, calm today under clear, warm skies. In the other direction lies, a small fishing village and the final resting stop on our Irish walk.

It’s been 24 days on trails, crossing the island from Dublin to this point. A devilish 666 kilometers in total across mountains and bogs, through forests and along ocean cliffs. A tough slog indeed.

My blog posts will continue from my last one in Cork city. There are still many tales from the trails to be told about the second half of our walking adventure. But, today, it’s enough to just revel in the real time reality of an adventure successfully completed.




Looking to the Atlantic.
Looking to the Atlantic.






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  1. I see your latest blog just came through. Lovely pictures of you both. I’ll have a glass of wine to toast you tonight. Looking forward to having a drink with you soon. Congrats, Mom.

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