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St. Patrick’s Day in Dingle

A few photos from the parade in Dingle, which is a pleasant and very local affair. There was a great turnout in spite of the cold day, and of course the Dingle/An Daingean controversy played its part…

I’m too busy in the shop serving coffee and ice cream to write more!


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2 Responses to “St. Patrick’s Day in Dingle”

  1. March 17th, 2006 at 4:44 pm

    Anonymous says:

    Kieran

    Great blog! The parade in Dingle is simply the best -a nice family affair- The best float was Tom Hand’s “Bouncer men” aboard one of the boats in reference to the ferry dispute going on at the Blasket island. I was hankering for one of your fine coffee’s but you were packed out!

    Chris Byrne
    Ventry

  2. March 20th, 2006 at 7:31 pm

    KFM says:

    Thanks for that, Chris! Yes, the bouncers were pretty witty indeed. Hope we have a table for you next time…

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