The start of the photos – this sessions is some of them with me in it- my mom always tells me she wants to see me not just the view. So here you go mom. Ps: Why is that every time I decide I don’t need to bother that day with my hair and makeup I end up taking pictures of myself? The days I look the best I never take photos. Isn’t that just they way life goes?
Ring of Kerry- Yep totally worth it
Some guy makes money having his animals out on the side of the road and having tourists stop and take a photo. animals super cute- but a sad way to make a living- it was pouring down rain that day.
The forest on my decent of my hike.
The view on the top of my hike
I was so sweaty but so happy I made it to the top of that hill. The joke was about 20 feet ahead you had more stairs to climb.
Went on a hike the locals call Cardiac Hill. It was nuts! almost 2Km straight up on uneven stone stairs that were so steep in places you had to use the rope to pull youself up.
Waterfalls- So pretty
On my hike
Killarney- So so pretty
My horse and I bonded. I think I would like to get into horse back riding.
Horse back riding in Killarney. This is how I celebrated St. Patrick’s day.
Moll’s Gap. Pretty but not as stunning as some other views. Plus the road to get there is insane!
Glengarriff Ireland. Truly stunning- one of the prettiest places in Ireland.
Don’t ask me why- but walking past this ancient wall at a castle and this one stone caught my attention. It was though I could feel history through it. I thought about the stone builders and their lives- I felt as though I was connected to them. It was truly amazing.
I was not there for Saint Patty’s day- but that didn’t seem to matter. People were getting drunk prepping for saint patty’s day almost a full week in advance.
Temple Bar- Had too!
Sister and Elder Baxter- God sent care givers and friends. Huge blessing in my life.
View from the London Eye
Afternoon Tea in Bath. If you are going to England and want to have experience ‘tea time’ I really recommend doing it in Bath and not London.
View of London from Royal observatory
Standing on two hemispheres.
This the ball where the phrase “on the ball” comes from. It is in Greenwich at the royal observatory. Every day at 1 the ball would drop and that is how ships in port would know what time it was- they were ‘on the ball’