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    A Few More Photos

    Grumpy enjoyed the spin to up Glenville so much he decided to head back to Cork and do it again. I waited in Kades Kounty - the home of county music in Cork till he arrived back.
    Had never actually gone in there before, not really my kind of music, but a very busy place by all accounts - around 100 people on Wednesday afternoons lately for Afternoon Tea and Bingo !
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    Had a good spin up after that, with a stop at Tipperary Photo Rally point.
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    A good collection of people around on arrival.
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    Had a good look around the local pubs after eating in hotel.
    Bogman and Bob agreed that the one with the trad session (Ryans I think) was the pick.
    No photos.

    Bad omen Saturday with breakdown truck looming around.
    Nice morning around the Shannon though.

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    Clean bikes
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    Dirty bikes
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    Lightly loaded
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    Fully loaded
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    A few sceptics long for the hills
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    Gerry already has plans
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    Grumpy picks out a few tracks
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    A few from the weekend

    Heading towards Kinvara, anyone know the name of this gap/trail


    Kinvara







    Got boxed in by this lot :-)


    Aran Islands in the distance, left to right, Inis Oírr, Inishmaan & Inishmór

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    Grumpy considers a water crossing
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    Bob thinks it is ambitious
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    Grumpy decides to go for it
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    And emerges surprisingly dry
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    is it just me or is the big lad looking very Billy Conolly "ish" in that shot???

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    He does, now that you mention it.

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    Whaa...me look like him
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    Quote Originally Posted by bogman View Post
    Heading towards Kinvara, anyone know the name of this gap/trail
    It seems to just called 'The Gap' - there's a sign at the Broadford saying "Killaloe via The Gap"
    Cracking wee road though, isn't it ?
    Just 'cos you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you !

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    anyone know the name of this gap/trail
    Possibly;
    "Cuimhneamh Ar An"

    in English that's;

    "Mind The"?

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    appears bright from a distance / dim up close

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    A few oul snaps...


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