It’s finally cooling off, the clouds saw fit to mizzle on us most of the day and the temperature was finally in the range where it was pleasant to go for a walk in the middle of the day.
Naturally we all piled into the pub
Trinity Hall to jump around and get hot to good music played by the Trinity Hall Session Players
The dances done were:
Siege of Ennis
High Cauled Cap
Rakes of Mallow
Hopefully next month I’ll be able to spend more time dancing and calling than this time. Thanks to everyone how came out to dance and to Trinity Hall and the session players for the venue and wonderful music!
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Because you can’t get enough pretty pictures. Desert Willow flowers against clouds at sunset.
Sometimes the view outside is just simply gorgeous.
Lovely clouds that if anyone painted them, everyone else would think the artist was smoking something.
More backlog. Great clouds during a morning run with my
Here’s another picture Katie! August 21st is the next Trinity Hall ceili and Sep 3rd is the next ceili at the Sammons Center.
I would give anything to have clouds like these, especially if they meant we were getting rain!
Went for a ralk with the boy and was rewarded with a great view of the Moon.
Another morning ralk with Chip, the perfect dog. There were some great crespucular rays in the East.
And the Moon in the West
A wonderful view in the morning. This time it was at 4am and I was looking up at the Milky Way near Cassiopea. If you look carefully at the right you’ll see M31.
Some great snorkeling
Rum punches galore
There was also a handsome iguana, great clouds and a view through the sea grape branches, wonderful sunrise, turtles, etc. You get the idea.
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