Aerial Errigal

I last saw Errigal eight months ago , when you may remember I had a bit of a time getting up and down the chuffer. It is a truly spectacular mountain — just as spectacular from the aerial perspective I saw it from earlier today. As this photo might suggest, Mel and I have spent a fantastic weekend in Donegal. There were sheep! Mills! Yarn! Unseasonably warm weather! More of all of this once I’ve got my breath back . . . and done a bit of knitting.

Hope you’ve had a lovely weekend too!

16 Comments on “Aerial Errigal

  1. So nice when you are able to get a good view from an airplane window of a place you love!

  2. That is incredible! Beautiful colours, so different from those around my place! *off to order some different yarn colours*

  3. Donegal tweed is very nice as well and comes in the colours of the countryside

  4. I am green with envy over your wonderful week-end in Donegal. Just got a great load of yarn from there to make a coat. Can’t wait to hear of your adventures in Ireland.

  5. awesomely beautiful
    I am thrilled you climbed it without too much trouble it seems-congrats Kate!

  6. Awesome! I visited Donegal as an 8-year old. It was ace! One of our best family holidays; lots of adventures abound.

  7. Beautiful landscape!! I visited Donegal many year ago with my family but we were very unlucky, rain, rain, rain, always…..

  8. Dear Kate! I have been exploring your blog for the last few days. I think I have fallen in love with your amazing resilient and stoic spirit as well as your wonderful knitting! I have been passing on the link to your blog to other people. I found the blog while researching cable knits for an exhibition proposal and have just found your writing fascinating. It has helped to formulate my ideas.Wishing you all the best!

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