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West Kerry Sun and Music

I’ve been remiss in posting, but it’s been a busy Easter in our shops, especially once the sun finally came out.

This week, Dingle is hosting the Pan Celtic Festival, and the festival certainly seems to be blessed as there were many of us here who looked at the schedule with some amusement since so many events were scheduled to take place outside, and the weather for the two previous weeks was ferocious. However, the rain passed, the sun’s been shining, and we’ve been treated to the colourful Welsh (photos above) as well as other musicians and dancers about the place.

The fierce gale of Easter Monday and the freezing weather before that is quite a hazy memory at this stage, and there are many in Dingle who have brought out summer dresses and short sleeves and started talking about whether we might just have a bit of good weather over the summer after all. It’s been three bad summers in a row, but when the sky above is blue, when there’s music on the streets and the scenery of West Kerry looks it’s best, it’s hard not to feel a burst of optimism and start to dream of beaches and barbecues and sultry days ahead…

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2 Responses to “West Kerry Sun and Music”

  1. April 10th, 2010 at 8:31 pm

    Sarah says:

    Come to Sligo! I’m going to call into the Dub shop on Monday, hoping nice weather will prevail!

  2. April 15th, 2010 at 4:16 am

    Linda says:

    Miss this scene. Hope to be back in Ireland soon.

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Murphys Ice Cream has shops in Dingle, Killarney and Dublin 2 (Wicklow Street).