On Monday we spent the day hiking along the coast of the Dingle Peninsula. The hike began on a trail just outside our B&B driveway, taking us along a rocky beach at low tide. Much of the hike was along beautiful cliffs overlooking the ocean.
After a few hours we encountered an old stone tower named Hussey’ Folly, which was built around 1845.
The hike ended at the peak of the cliff, which had a mound of rocks to mark the high point. Deb added a rock to the pile.