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365 Week 42

We may not have the answer to life, the universe and everything, but we have some great photos this week. Pets and other animals   Christmas preparations That election   Lisacul children Weather and the environment  

365 Week 39

We’re getting ready for the Tea Party this evening – tidying away the preschool furniture to make way for the tables and chairs – but we just have time to squeeze in some 365 pictures. See you later!

365 Week 35

We live in such a pretty place.

365 Week 22

The top of the summer brings bonfire night to Lisacul. The festival of St John’s Eve has its roots in ancient times when the coming of harvest was welcomed with fires and celebrations.

365 Week 21

This week saw the final journey of Lisacul’s oldest resident, Paddy Lavin, who died at the age of 103 and, while we celebrated a win over Italy, many of our residents from the across the pond watched anxiously as the count started in the UK’s EU referendum.  

365 Week 20

Midsummer approaches and the fields and lanes around Lisacul are a balm for the soul. In the meantime, the work goes on, with silage to be made and turf to be cut And, of course, a village to be tidied. Not to mention the pets But we still made time to sit, and enjoy a meal …

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365 Week 19 Getting the Turf In

The wonderful weather continued in the first week of June so EVERYONE headed for the bog, some of them sustained by traditional Irish Nettle Soup (good for what ails you and uses up some of the nettles which shoot up overnight). On Bank Holiday Monday, thunder rattled around for hours while storm clouds piled up, but …

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365 Week 18 Enjoying the Sunshine

365 Week 17 – Hi there

Early summer and time to get out in the garden for the small folk of Lisacul, waving to the neighbours, hunting for squirms in the compost bin or having a quick feed from Mammy. If you’d like to add your photos to the 365 project you can email them to Lisacul365@gmail.com.

Week Fifteen of the 365 Project

A minor change in arrangements – rather than putting recent pictures on a page and updating the page, we’re going to put them up as a post. This means they’ll be here for you to look back on later. You can catch up with the February, March and April pictures on our Flickr Page. Don’t …

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