Finn McSpool Goes Back To Ireland for St. Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patrick's Day, also know as "The Day Everyone is Irish" or perhaps "Green Beer Day" or maybe even "Day Americans Eat Corned Beef Thinking It's An Irish Speciality." Whatever you call it, if you can't get to Ireland or even a good Irish pub today, Finn McSpool has got you covered as he … Continue reading Finn McSpool Goes Back To Ireland for St. Patrick’s Day

Learning to Count and Giant Beehives: Final Day on Inishmore

You don't go to Ireland expecting fabulous weather, but our first full day on Inishmore (which you can read about here and here) brought AMAZING weather. So amazing that Mr Husband managed to get a sunburn on his cheeks to match the saddle sores on his, um, well, other cheeks. Unfortunately, our weather luck didn't … Continue reading Learning to Count and Giant Beehives: Final Day on Inishmore

More More Inishmore: Rocky Temples and Traffic Donkeys

Ireland really is a land of mystery. After all, where else can one day last two weeks (on Earth, that is)? Last week we ditched Finn McSpool sometime in the early afternoon at Inishmore's Poll na bPeist (aka "Wormhole"). Now, it's time to hop back on Killer (that would be Killer the Attack Bike for … Continue reading More More Inishmore: Rocky Temples and Traffic Donkeys

Finn “Robin Hood” McSpool Takes a Detour to Waterford

We're back with another stop on our tour of all things Finn McSpool. Finn, damn it, stop hogging the keyboard. Sorry, about that. That should read, another tour of all things Ireland. While Kilkenny is a gorgeous little town that I could nestle into for a month or more, one morning Mr Husband and I … Continue reading Finn “Robin Hood” McSpool Takes a Detour to Waterford

Getting High in Kilkenny: St Canice’s Cathedral

Yes, that's CANICE, not cannabis, and by high, I mean literally high, not figuratively. Now that that's cleared up, let's take a tour of another sight in Kilkenny, Ireland. The Cleverly Named St. Canice's Cathedral St. Canice might almost sound like it's named for a woman, but the saint in question is a fellow whose … Continue reading Getting High in Kilkenny: St Canice’s Cathedral