Friday, October 07, 2005

Ballinasloe Bible study

Here are a few folks who come on Thursday evenings to sing and look into God's Word.

Ancient arch at Cong

The Gilbert gang visited in August

We enjoyed having Gary's mother, Doris and his brother's family here for 10 days.

Visiting nearby Clonmacnoise

Olivia and Leah poise by a celtic tombstone. This site has many ancient stone carvings.

Thursday, May 05, 2005

The friary in nearby Headford makes an interesting piece of history to explore. Posted by Hello

The beach along the Galway bay is a favorite spot to visit. Posted by Hello

Nate, Caryn and Hannah visited Ashford Castle while here in April. Posted by Hello

Grandpa Gary and Hannah enjoy a moment in the sunshine. Posted by Hello

Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Our grandson, Nehemiah, in his new Ireland jersey. What a joy he is!! Posted by Hello

No visit is complete without seeing the 700 foot Cliffs of Moher. Posted by Hello

Amazing...we had snow on Christmas! Here is a view of the Connemara Mts. Posted by Hello

Kylemore Abbey was a special place to see while our guests were here. Posted by Hello

Shoreside along the River Corrib just before it pours into Galway Bay. We were happy to have our daughter and son-in-law here for Christmas. Posted by Hello

This is an abandoned house commonly called a "famine house". Manyof these can be seen in the countryside, left over from the terrible Irish potato famine from the mid 1800's. Posted by Hello