River Moy, Foxford, Co. Mayo
We stayed in Foxford for a few days with Brigid and Harry Feeny and couldn't have had a more relaxing time. The atmosphere was so peaceful and the people we met certainly made a great impression. Thanks to Harry and Brigid for looking after us so well - the breakfasts were amazing! (See bottom of post)
Absolutely everyone that we met on our walks along this river bank stopped for a chat :) I think we rush about too much for this at home but I really appreciated it.
Admiral William Brown - an amazing story behind this sculpture. William Brown left Foxford to go to America aged 9, became orphaned soon afterwards but went on to found the Argentine Navy. There's a very interesting little museum which tells the story of his life.
Foxford Studios, beside Foxford Lodge where Harry runs watercolour classes
Wild salmon from the River Moy
"Himself", waiting for breakfast :)
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