After our visit to Knowth on Friday, Eugene drove us to my first experience seeing a round tower and some old high Irish Crosses here at Monasterboice in County Louth just north of the River Boyne
Here is the high cross, remarkable in that it tells of the stories of Jesus in carvings in a monastery of the 8th or 9th century.
A description of the round tower found on the tower itself.
We stopped in Navan on the Boyne, to drop off Scott who wanted to have his medical issue checked out, Eugene and David (on the right of this panorama) are seen here on the top of the Hill of Tara , likely occupied from 3500 BC to 400 AD and much in the lore of the Irish people.
From the car park we walked through what some have called the "Banquet Hall" and being some 200 m of parallel low banks, more likely is the entrance aligned with the Mound of Hostages.
Here are David and Eugene on the Forrad area looking more like part of Mary Poppins.
As we pulled into the parking lot of the Bellinter House, a manor house with grounds overlooking the Boyne, a rainbow appeared before we headed inside for a fine dinner. Completing our day, before picking up Scott and returning to Dublin-
On Saturday, I decided to attend the performances from 1 - 4 PM or so, of the students and the 3 teachers at All Hallows, as part of the ALBA program. Adult Learning Bachelor of Arts....