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Liz and Nenagh in Rushymeade, Pulloxhill

Liz and Nenagh

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A Few Pictures from The Yeats Trail, June 2006

Liz with 'her boy', Doonbeg on the Yates Trail - Unicorn Trails

Liz with 'her boy', Doonbeg

David heads towards the sea with Cormac - Yates Trail, Unicorn Trails

David heads towards the sea with Cormac

Liz with Doonbeg on the Yates Trail - Unicorn Trails

Liz and Doonbeg return from a picnic break on the beach

David and Cormac canter away down the quiet beach on the Yeats Trail

David and Cormac canter away down the quiet beach

Liz and Doonbeg on the Yates Trail - Unicorn Trails In the boggy forest of the Yeats Trail - Unicorn Trails

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<     In the boggy forest

David and Cormac outside a traditional Irish pub

Outside a traditional Irish pub ...
... but it was shut!

Liz with 'her boy', Doonbeg on the Yates Trail - Unicorn Trails

Cormac and Doonbeg on the Yates Trail - Unicorn Trails

Doonbeg and Cormac wait patiently outside a horse-friendly pub whilst we have a lunchtime drink.  We carried all our needs for the trail with us in two pairs of saddle bags per horse (as you can see here), and with raincoats tied in front - the weather was so glorious that they stayed there for the whole trip.  Although the Yeats Trail is only four nights away, we managed to carry all our belongings even on the much longer Sligo Trail and the Donegal Trails, which had ridden some years ago, when the weather was not nearly so kind.

View from our room in Grange,
where we started

Cantering on the beach

Taken by Liz
whilst cantering on the beach

W B Yeats' headstone in Drumcliff, Co Sligo

Yeats' headstone (most appropriate text for us) in Drumcliff, where we finished up.

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