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Signs of Spring in Dingle

Crocus Although the weather has turned colder again, there are definitely signs that the winter is behind us and things are looking up.

A crocus has popped up in my garden, the daffodils are abundant, and in the fields all around us are the cutest spring lambs.

Spring lamb in Dingle

Seeing the little creatures appear and bounce about always makes me happy. They show that life goes on and that summer is coming.

Maybe it’s because I have my own little one on the way, but I’m feeling a bit sentimental!

I don’t really know what this year will bring in Dingle, but I’m not pessimistic. Friends with guest houses have reported strong bookings from April on, and we haven’t seen any drop off in sales. 

It may well be that even in tougher times people still need to get away to somewhere special and hopefully cheer themselves up with ice cream!

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One Response to “Signs of Spring in Dingle”

  1. March 6th, 2009 at 11:05 pm

    TACE says:

    Awww, baby lambs, which is a silly thing to say because lambs ARE babies. No adult lambs that I know of. ;)
    Signs of spring, could be inspiring for new flavours. People could get their first TASTE of spring at the ice cream shoppe. No crocus flavored ice cream though…hahahaha

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