Storm over Friar's Cut

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Squelch squelch squelch squelch squelch.

Squelch squelch.



Therein was my evening as I visited the Friar’s Cut; the cut canal area where [[Lough Corrib]] flows into the River Corrib. The entire area is a gorgeous bogland/river delta thriving with animal and bird life; I saw several foxes and badgers in addition to a gorgeous gray crane. Also, the view from the delta are second to none in times when any kind of ‘big’ weather comes off the lake. In my instance, I caught a spectacular snow storm rolling in towards Galway City.

More to follow.

A snow storm rolling in off Lough Corrib and over the Friar's Cut in Menlo, Co. Galway

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