Yesterday Scruffy and family set off to explore Bray Head, which is a 740 foot hill in the Wicklow mountains. Here’s the town as we approached:
On the beach, where it is illegal to remove even a single rock:
At the start of the walk:
A brief frolic in the grassy picnic area:
Trudging uphill – It’s said that it takes about a half hour for a fit person to climb to the top. However, with Mommy carrying the geriatric dog through the more rugged spots, it can take a little longer…
Lovely vistas all the way:
Finally arrived at the summit. According to Wikipedia, every Good Friday hundreds of local people climb to the top of the head in a Good Friday procession.
Chloe was a little tired from pulling Greg up the whole way.
It was a little windy up there.
Lovely flowers on the way back to the car:
Enjoyed some traditional fish and chips in the warmth of the car (but note the T-shirts worn by locals) while admiring the view of the cross from down below: