Serene Morning at Killarney National Park
It rained that night, very heavily. It did not prevent us from going to the pubs. In fact, we did a pub crawl
after eating a lovely meal we visited three other pubs and got to take in some music from five very talented people, playing a hodge-podge of instruments. My mother even had a pint of Murphy’s that night.
Two Baby Red Deer at Killarney National Park
An early morning
arrival was a real treat to Killarney National Park. In the photo on the right, to the very far right one can make out two tiny Red deer as we pulled into the parking lot.
We spent some times walking the trails and exploring Ross Castle
Ross Castle, Killarney National Park
Ross Castle, according to a panel, is a tower house that was built sometime in the 15th century by the O’Donoghue family who ruled the Killarney area at the time. The castle is on a lake with wonderful views for those who wish to breathe in the beauty of this National Park
My mother explores remains of Ross Castle
The grounds have sufficient seating. Once can even feed the ducks or swans. The surrounding area has a good trail network. We were even able to see some early morning joggers and dog walkers. For those coming to Newfoundland & Labrador
, but for those in Ireland, a day at Killarney National Park is a must!
One last view of Ross Castle