Saturday, 21 March 2015

Walking with Archaeology

Open Cist tomb at Coumaraglin Mountain

Stone Circle nearby, great views north

Megalithic Standing stone at the side of the road

A prehistoric roundhouse up in the mountains

View of Dungarvan Bay from Crohaun Cairn

The view north from Crohaun Cairn

Spent today wondering around the South Western Comeraghs (Tho I think the south west are Monavullagh mountains) with Archaeologist friend Aurélien Burlot. Great day, absolutely amazing weather in a lovely scenic part of Ireland with loads of smaller archaeological sites hugging the slopes of the Seefin & Farbreaga mountains. Been a good while since I trekked across fields and bogs looking for those red dots in the map, always a rewarding adventure. I finished it off with a quick trek to the top of Crohaun mountain to see the view in good weather, it didnt disappoint 

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