I walked to town to check out the place, bought some dental floss, an Irish language book, and an unframed JoAnne Yelen gicleé. (The limited edition at the link is similar to mine but not nearly as beautiful!) JoAnne was a hoot – she called her sister-in-law Pam about my foot. She said her brother is also an artist but he prefers kayaking. Obviously a very talented family.
I dropped my stuff off back at the B&B and then headed for lunch at Bread Crumb Café. The food was so-so but I had a fun conversation with a 12 year old boy from Salamanca. He spoke English quite well (he said he had learned at his “academy”) and wants to visit San Francisco and New York. Cuteness.
I went back to the room to wait for Kathie and Kathleen but they didn’t get back until after 5 p.m. because they apparently got lost trying to find the place. Kathie said that along the way she had met a John McGrath twin and would’ve had dinner with him if he’d asked. No wonder they got lost.
Instead, we had dinner at Foley’s Bar, where Kathie and Kathleen had beef and Guinness pie and I had a roast veggie goat cheese tart with a gin and tonic. Yum! After dinner, we walked out to see the stone circle and then back home to prepare for our last day. I would be hiking. YAY!