Set out a short looped drive in Ireland’s south east yesterday but it was so miserable we just abandoned it and turned back. All was not lost though. We mightn’t have been able to leave the car but look what we spotted in the middle of nowhere – and I mean the middle of nowhere!!!
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Haha, that’s quite a find! A shame about the weather spoiling your drive however.
Hilarious isn’t it – and it’s in quite good shape… We’d a 2 day break – using up a Groupon – so miserable we ended up the first morning in TK Max to pass an hour!!
My Mother was Irish and she used to call that weather a “soft” day 😄
Ha – ‘soft day thank God’ ….. A soft day is a dull misty day with drizzle… This alas, was what we call ‘a dirty day’!!! A dirty day is more teeming rain than drizzle – and usually includes driving winds to make sure you can’t use your umbrella!!
How funny. Were you able to exit the car long enough to have a seat for a few minutes?
You joking!! The car door would have been whipped off if I’d tried to open it!!! And there was probably a bog hole or two between me and the seat anyway!! 😅 😂
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Ah, the universal rural dumping area. So annoying. All that dirty weather sure makes the place gorgeously green!
You’re right – but to be honest we didn’t even spot a scrap of paper besides… There are supposed to be lovely views from up there over the green landscape but it was like fog further up the road. We’ll go back though – we could probably do it as a day trip from Dublin so needn’t actually plan it …. the joys of retirement!!
Haha hopefully it fell off a truck rather than being dumped on the side of the road.
Now what are the chances of that!!!😅 😂
Wow!!! Hopefully someone will come and dispose of it appropriately.
Absolutely – it doesn’t look too weathered so hasn’t been there for long I’d say…