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“Fast Dream us” into Place

People are taking centre stage in our project at the mo and in the human sphere fortuitous connections are fast dreaming us into place. Invitations and ideas for future adventures are issuing fast from potential hosts.

We undid our high Victorian collars just long enough to down our first pint/half pint of Guiness at Blake’s Hollow, an Irish music pub in Enniskillen. Here we were introduced to friends of Diane Henshaw (Fermanagh Arts Officer), who is a gem.

We sat with Catherine Ward, who leads walks for the Fermanagh Ramblers and Jim Ledwith, for whom  “mumming” as a way of life. We will go with the mummers to Knockrinny summit on Saturday to celebrate midsummer (we may have to dress up in straw!). There is also an offer of a walk to Speaking Horse Hill….

And we plan to meet Patrick Murphy who makes straw suits for “ the straw men”.

Now we are off to the 50th Anniversary party at the local cave rescue hut on a mountainside and there is a new blog on the horizon. Later we have the fleadh (pronounced flah) at  Beleek and a whole new network of contacts and intros might open up.

Will pubs be pivotal in our project?

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  1. louise Hardman #

    Your blog is great! Will your feet touch the ground??! Glad you’re enjoying it all and sharing it with you via this site is brilliant! Cheers for now Louise

    June 12, 2011
    • Louise –
      Glad you are enjoying the blog…..always nice to know that people are reading it and better yet enjoying it! At the moment our feet are hardly touching the ground as we flit here and there, but we will be out walking and exploring again tomorrow, so perhaps after that we will be more “grounded”.

      June 13, 2011

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