The Ring of Kerry: Sheer Pleasure!

Summer Setting

The 110-mile Ring of Kerry, which encircles the Iveragh Peninsula, is considered by most to be Ireland’s premier scenic drive, and so—of course—we had to see it!This required making a hard decision, though, because my tongue was hanging out in longing to visit Dingle Peninsula (just one peninsula north), to walk along Inch Strand, see the dune fields and mudflats of Cromane Bay, and enjoy a hike among the sausage-shaped boulders on the beach at Minard in Kilmurry Bay. If I go back to Ireland, Dingle will definitely be on my “to see” list! As it was, I was only able to gaze lustfully across the waters for a few moments. (Note: Don’t lust. It’s bad for us and a waste of time. As my dad used to quote, “You pays your nickle, and you makes your choice.”)Once decided, don’t waste time on “what might have been.” Move on…

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