Last week when we were walking, we saw some young people working on their public artwork. When you head down the lane across from Market Square, you come to the playground, part of the green, the public toilets, a car park, and just where the lane meets the shore walk, the wee free library. It is a hill so the building with the toilets is up a ramp and there was empty wall space ready for them to create on. They did a great job!
The ice cream man came by and parked for a few minutes--got some customers too. He was returning for a second time as we were coming back and on our way home.
There were people in canoes, kayaks, and other boats enjoying the water.
I have enjoyed watching 'my' hill across the water as it changes with the seasons. Sometimes it is behind clouds, mist, or fog. When we got here it was just rocky, but now there are green patches on it. When we return home from days in Carndonagh or Buncrana, there is a moment when the bus goes around a curve and the hill comes into view. It always makes me smile because I know I am almost home.
As always, the view is pretty spectacular when I look up, too.
Some things left from days gone by:
We cut through the car park on our way home but we went out using the way in :-)
It was a nice walk, but I am starting to cough, so I guess I will go take that Benadryl now before I go make supper. Happy Friday!