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Knockawaddra E

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<b>Knockawaddra E</b>Posted by gjrkImage © Gordon Kingston
Nearest Town:Dunmanway (8km NW)
OS Ref (IE):   W2721845936 / Sheets: 86, 89
Latitude:51° 39' 40.85" N
Longitude:   9° 3' 7.04" W

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Nothing relevant to megalithia, but I was up past here today and my son shouted; "Look at the rabbits Daddy!" A pale brown patch in the hedge behind the stones had risen and separated into three wild deer. The rare warm day and the calm must have invited them out of the forest. Fauna, don't ya love it?

Permission to visit both Knockawaddra rows should be obtained at the farmhouse at the beginning of the access-track, on the by-road to the east. Very nice people and interested in the monuments on their land.
gjrk Posted by gjrk
12th July 2008ce
Edited 16th July 2008ce