One Happy Bunny!

The rain stayed away, allowing the sun to shine.
I drove my car to the vehicle inspection Centre.

She behaved so well, I took the winding road home via Carrickfergus.

 

Back on the road.

Back on the road.

That is my white car next to Carrickfergus castle. The usual car park was full, so I had difficulty finding a place to park with the castle in the background.

Now with a much lighter pocket, I am ready to run the roads!

24 thoughts on “One Happy Bunny!

  1. nick

    That’s good news! I visit Carrickfergus once a month for a work meeting. The view across Belfast Lough is fabulous.

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    1. Grannymar Post author

      A Funfair was set up in the usual car park, so spaces around the Castle were scarce. I stopped at a slip way, only long enough to take the photo.

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    1. Grannymar Post author

      Nancy, It was just like I was never away from the wheel. Now to plan my outings.

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    1. Grannymar Post author

      Freedom. Yet, today I went for a walk! A walk, because I wanted rather than needed to do so!

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    1. Grannymar Post author

      Chuck, I love this version. Phil Coulter, who wrote it, plays with a young 19 year old lady called Claire Gallagher.

      Claire was blinded in the Omagh bomb atrocity back in August 1998.

      Read the ‘about’ entry that goes with it.

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    1. Grannymar Post author

      It was good to see the castle again. May it be the first of many journeys in my little car.

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    1. Grannymar Post author

      I have been driving on the left since I was seventeen, but in the past I managed the other side of the roads in Germany and Denmark.Not so sure I want to start doing that again these days.

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  2. SchmidleysScribbling

    Congratulations on your newly recovered traveling skills. The music is beautiful. I can only listen to Irish music in short bursts. To me it has a way of ripping out your heart, and I am not Irish…not one drop.

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