From Scotland to Ireland

While the journey on the Scottish biking trip encountered less than perfect weather, I remained undaunted and continued my trek south to Ireland.  Here are few pictures from a few days in Ireland.  Click any of the picture to open a photo gallery for that excursion.

Smithwick's Irish red ale

Smithwick’s Irish red ale

An Teach Te B&B and Camp, Co. Kerry

Murphy's Bar Limerick Ireland Main Street, Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick

Murphy’s Bar Limerick Ireland Established in 1789. Featuring Guinnes beer on tap. Main Street, Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick 068-31711

Beara Peninsula

Ireland, Cliffs of Dingle Peninsula, Tour Ireland, Ireland photography

Cliffs of Dingle Peninsula of Ireland

Dingle Peninsula

Limerick Ireland is King John’s Castle, Lord of Ireland, King John, Viking conquest of Ireland, Viking control of Ireland, Jim Caldwell Redondo Beach

In the heart of Limerick Ireland is King John’s Castle. Dating from 13th century, the Castle sits on the River Shannon overlooking Limerick. King John, the Lord of Ireland, captured the lands around Limerick from control of raiding hordes of Vikings.

Limerick and King John’s Castle

Check out my bicycle excursion through Scotland…

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Jim Caldwell
Redondo Beach

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Jim Caldwell has over 26 years of experience in the public safety sector in occupations ranging from professional ski patrol, and ocean lifeguard to firefighter. Jim has worked for the Redondo Beach Fire Department for the last 22 years holding successively higher positions of responsibility. For the last six years, Jim has held the rank of Engineer with responsibility for driving and operating the Department’s Engines and Tillered Aerial Ladder Truck. Throughout his career, he has shown a dedication not only to public safety but also community service.
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