Saturday, 20 July 2013
Having breakfasted on bran flakes with honey and tea, I took it upon myself to motor down to County Fermanagh, Ulster's lakelands.
En route, I stopped in the village of Clogher, where I took the opportunity of photographing the former Clogher Palace, now a nursing home.
Since I was passing Castle Coole, I paid it a visit, too. It was very quiet this morning.
Although I've visited Castle Coole many times before, it's a delightful place. Seemingly there are fourteen bedrooms on the attic floor.
Now I am comfortably installed in Fermanagh's county town which, incidentally, is one of my favourite Ulster towns.
I'm having a modest restorative, prior to inspection (!) of the town.
Posted by Timothy Belmont at 14:12