Phoenix Park is a 1,750-acre urban park situation on the west side of Dublin, Ireland, making it one of Europe's largest walled urban parks. According to PhoenixPark.ie, Phoenix Park was established in 1662 by one of Ireland’s most illustrious viceroys, James Butler, Duke of Ormond, on behalf of King Charles II. Conceived as a Royal deer … Continue reading Phoenix Park
Settled in Galway, Ireland, Brigit's Garden is a lovely, award-winning non-profit collection of gardens founded by Jenny Beale.
Cae Mabon is the brainchild and work of Eric Maddern, an "Australian-born world traveller with Aboriginal roots, Welsh connections and global aspirations." From the website: Cae Mabon nestles at the foot of Elidir Fawr in an oak forest clearing by a little river that cascades down to the nearby lake. The summit of Snowdon lies … Continue reading Cae Mabon
“We shall all pass this earth, Tom, but only the stones will remain.”