I am new to this site; don't know if you have made it to Ireland yet, but it sounds like you would really enjoy it. I was there for 11 days last month; I have been there 14 times, but this was my first visit to Belfast and the City of Derry. There is so much to see and learn about in all parts of Ireland. Each time I have b een I have learned more and more about the place. My maternal grandmother was from Co. Roscommon and it was wonderful to meet her niece and her children for the first time in 1970. Now keep in touch with our cousins, and have visited with them several times over the years. Of course, the trad. music is just outstanding, but I think I enjoy visitng the out-of-the-way, more desolate places the best.
Robert, I think I talked to you a couple of years ago on another chat line. I use to live in Murrieta in housing just north of the golf course. At the time it was a new developement and the only on there. We had sheep herders bring their flocks through the neighborhood. My husband and I now live in New Mexico and work with the dairy industry. I went to Ireland in April and hope to return in March. You need to go.
Hi Rob thanks for the welcome.
As you see Im new here and its gone horribly wrong already, lol.
tried to upload some music but it doesnt seem to wanna play ?
Never mind, gimme a year or two and I'll have it sussed :o)
Welcome aboard Robert!!!!
Thanks for your message and your compliment... I wish you could visit and admire Ireland very soon!!! There are son many treasures to discover ther: people, music, landscape, History... So many!!!
It would be great for your family to discover the green land of your mother!
We lived on I beleive it was Sawgrass Circle, I can't remember if the road into the developement was Hunter or not. Anyway, it was a group of about 60 homes for first time home buyers, I loved it, we were out in the middle of nowhere at the time. We moved in 1989.
Just read your in Murrieta, we lived there before moving to New Mexico. My husband planted many of those avocado trees up on the hill. He lived there when there was only a Denny's, a gas station and old Temecula. We lived in some housing that was built north of Murrieta Hot Springs Golf course. When we moved in, we has seasonal sheep herders bring their flock through our developement. Our son was 2 the first time they came through, he loved it, the neighbors were a little upset with sheep on their lawns ect.