The scenic and fertile farmland of the Palouse in eastern Washington near Moscow, Idaho is a unique destination for photographers seeking beautiful landscape and farm scenes.
Driving in Ireland the most common speed limit is 100 kph or about 62 mph. This is down a road that is so narrow the tall green hedge on each side of the road has a small notch cut out of it where the automobile side view mirrors snap off the branches. Certainly road crews do some major trimming from time to time, but these mirror notches are a common sight. These vines and hedges make the narrow roads even more precarious as they encroach over the roadway. Beneath these hedges and vines are not just more plants but solid rock walls just waiting to rip your car frame apart. Around hairpin turns, one lane bridges and 90-degree turns, the speed limit remains 100kph. Sometimes the words “GO MALL” will be painted in the road, which means to go slow in Gaelic, but still no posted reduction in the speed limit.
Dingle was our base for exploring this well-traveled peninsula and its fishing villages. Dingle seems to have the right mix of locals and good restaurants to serve the many tourists. While we were there we were often rained on five or more times a day. This peninsula is dotted with many smaller fishing towns, all having several nice pubs and restaurants. Late into the evening we could hear what sounded like an entire bar singing Beatles songs.