Friday, September 16, 2005

County Wexford

Slaney Bridge. Near Kildavin


One of the fun things about blogging is having readers from all over the world drop by for a visit. Through Sitemeter, I can see what country a visitor is from, and sometimes even what city their internet service provider is in. It doesn't show any more than that, but it still is a lot of fun to go see where each visitor is from.

From time to time I will do a small mention of an interesting location that has visited.

This week I'd like to welcome a regular visitor from County Wexford, Ireland. I did a quick bit of research on County Wexford, and here's a bit of what I found out:

County Wexford is located in the Southeast corner of Ireland. The County has four main towns, Wexford, Enniscorthy, Gorey and New Ross with a population of 116,596.

County Wexford enjoys a rare mix of mountains, valleys, rivers, flora, fauna and breathtaking beaches spanning 200 km of coastline.

It sure does look like a beautiful place. .....

1 Comments:

At Saturday, September 17, 2005 10:01:00 AM, Blogger Chris Byrne said...

It is indeed. Especially fi you like a rugged seashore (and lor knows I do). I lived for three years in the next county north, Wicklow, which has it's own beauty (the garden of Ireland and all that).

 

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