ONE OF THE ADVANTAGES of living on a national road next to a major landmark is whenever something big happens, we're right there near ground zero. The Queen of England is tearing around Cashel and that would normally bring a lot of local things to a standstill but not for true locals. We're like Free Range Hens with chicken feed scattered in the middle of the streets. So I'm off to see how far I can poke my camera, perhaps starting with the back of the Army trucks parked in front of our house.
Recorded, snapped and sent mail2blog using O2 3G service from my Nokia E7 in Cashel, Co Tipperary, Ireland.