Rural Transport was organised to ferry the walkers to the beginning of their chosen route.
The start of the Riverside Guided nature walk.
Educational too – flyers were handed out to help identify trees and leaves which made for a wonderful autumn walk.
A well marked walking path. Thanks to www.ardnashee.com for sharing their wonderful land with the public.
A quick headcount on the bridge before continuing.
Our guide – always ready with an interesting observation about the environment and always ready to answer any questions the kids thought of.
Visiting the ancient wedge tomb that pre-dates the pyramids.
The frog that caused near hysteria amongst some of the smaller girls, but who was for some the highlight of the show!
Quiet contemplation on the flow of the river and the formation of ox-bow bends.
Nearing the end and ready to head back to the community hall for soup, sandwiches and sterling hospitality.