Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Ballyquintin Point

I have spent a wonderful day on the Ards Peninsula, at its southern-most tip, to be precise.

Much of Ballyquintin Point is property of the National Trust, as is the coastline at Barr Hall Bay, where we were filling in pot-holes on a lane.

We were uprooting ragwort in a field. We also painted the main entrance to Ballyquintin Farm, as well as a fence.

This townland is called Tullycarnan.

My fodder today was cheese & onion sandwiches and tea. Heather supplied us with Tunnock's caramel wafer biscuits.

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