Saturday, December 23, 2006

News: Updated

Gardi will be out in force over Christmas:
Gardi will be out watching for drink driving, so mind the drink, walk or taxi home and have a few for me. :)

Car sales up in Donegal:

If your into Boxing, the first "professional" boxing show will be held early next year at "the Clanree Hotel, Letterkenny, on Saturday the 10th of February":
Some scarey buck in the 1st picture on that page.

Garda from Bruckless held for assualting woman in Killybegs:

Nice article on CNN about Donegal:

BIG demand for Turkeys:
Er, it is Christmas ain't it? ;)

Hope ye all enjoy Christmas and Santy is good to you. I'll see ya all here next year, I'll be away from now until the New Year and doubt if I'll be able to blog anything. Check the comments, I may put a few news-worthy links there.

If your not home over Xmas here's a few pics to remind ye of home.

After a big huge Christmas dinner, ye could take a walk down to the Quay to watch the sunset:
Donegal Bay

Or go for a walk around the bank:
Winter sunset over Donegal Bay

If your really stir crazy after being cooped up for a few days, pop in the car and head up around Bundoran:
At Bundoran.Paul @ Bundoran

Have a Merry Christmas whereever you are & whatever your doing. And don't forget to look at the pics of Santy's vist to Donegal:

Bennett to agree Donegal Mart plans in January:

1 comment:

Razmondo said...

Quality pictures Mick T, the walk around Bundoran on a winters day will clear the cobwebs, "possibly remove your skin", as the wind would cut you in two, but how you would feel alive after a stroll along the coast & cliff walks. The memory I have is the taste of the salt air," You could almost eat it" how your face would tingle as it was battered by the elements, the wind, so strong it would push you back.. you had to fight to take a step forward. We all have a love of the ocean a quote from :
John F. Kennedy President of USA
All of us have in our veins the exact same percentage of salt in our blood that exists in the ocean, and, therefore, we have salt in our blood, in our sweat, in our tears. We are tied to the ocean.
And when we go back to the sea -- whether it is to sail or to watch it -- we are going back from whence we came.

John F. Kennedy President of USA (1917 - 1963)