Great page and beautiful parage!.
Very nice page!
Lots of useful info and very nicely presented.
Dig what? LOL
Ha! :- ) I dig the page and all the very cool photos. I dig most things that are Irish - beer, stew, Wolfhounds, beer, music (Thin Lizzy) and did I say beer? (not so sure about drinking it at room temperature though.) Now I can enjoy your pics and an Irish mountain. Very cool, keep 'em coming.
Hmmm, our names are pretty similar too, wonder if you are my long lost cousin?? ;- ) Can I call you Cousin Billy?
"Can I call you Cousin Billy? "
Jenkins is a Welsh name is it not?
I was always told it was English but I'm not sure. I am Welsh, Scottish, Irish and English (if it's on an island north of France, I have it in me). Also German and Swiss too so I sometimes want to invade a place but then feel neutral about it. ;- )
You're one mixed up guy. LOL
Up the Mixups!
great page, beautiful pics! nice work.
I really do hope to visit your beautiful country - I never knew of this mountain, although I thought I knew a bit about Killarney. There is a Killarney in Ontario, which is my favourite place in this province. So I know that I will visit the original Killarney and this mountain - and of course, look for those Leprechauns and Fairies!
Went to Dublin for job reasons a couple of years ago, and I decided to get back to Ireland some other time. Simply have to know better the Emerald Isle, and will do my best to include Carrauntoohill in my program
Very nice page! Great pictures!
Looks like a good climb. Lots of good pix too. Green beer?
Good page, with some really, really nice photos!
With the music... However, i feel that "Back home in Derry" by Bobby Sands (RIP) and performed by Christy Moore is less appropriate than, say, Mullaghmore. (for a mountain page like this, that is.)
Overall, very good though.
Too bad i can't up my vote further...
I like your page William, excellent wee extras on there. Was wondering if you would share how you got that track list on there as I have a page I would like to add something like that to.
Hello, its a simple java applet that I'm running. I've stored the MP3 songs on my own website and they're streamed from there.