Spring in Northern Ireland...
Hari OMTwo entirely different parts of the country. Antrim not far from you; An Dun an island off the West coast... so is this a ferry terminal? No that wouldn't fit both. Those look like stands for a a sports pitch... OH WAIT! Is this a hurling match??? YAM xx
One for three. Not bad!!
Cricket remains a mystery to Mom...as does soccer. There was absolutely no soccer played in the southern USA until probably about 1985. Not even in school P.E. classes. Hugs madi and Mom
PS we like your header is that in NI? Also Miss Oswin will be appearing in the band tomorrow. She signed up way before your move.
That sign is a mystery to us! We have a lot of soccer, lacrosse, and baseball teams here among the school age kids. We can hear them playing a couple blocks over at the sports park. There is a great big soccer field by the NYS Thruway. It used to be a turf farm so the ground is nice and level. Some days I might drive by and see it filled with people and about a dozen games going on at once! But, as I said, mostly the school age kids play.
I used to see a few soccer games when I lived in the Netherlands. Never voluntarily, but I would be able to get in for free if I drove the (amateur) players.
Not a clue other than some sort of match.
It was some sort of match!
I like your new header. So are you having any issues getting your comments into your email account. We are having issues here in the states.
Any weighty (and not so weighty) comments are welcome!