Rocks

On top of Black Fort I decided I was not going anywhere near the edge.

The edge was a lot closer than you think.

From here I put my seat down on the bike and rolled down the hill back to the road.  David did a little bit better at freestyling down the mountain.

This picture is deceiving it is a long way DOWN.  This looks flat.  It was not.

This is why I love Inis Mor. These rocks and stone formations make me feel at home.

We have been outside all day and I have a sunburn.  And a windburn.  I can’t tell which is sun and which is wind.  I don’t think I have a picture of this.

It has been a busy eventful day.  I’ll have to write more later.  When I’m not still doing things.

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