Irish Sheep - along Slea Head Drive on the Dingle Penninsula in County Kerry - we were looking for  Beehive Huts (clocháns)- archaeologists think that the structures were first built in the Bronze Age but continued as a building technique until perhaps 1200 A.D. More recently-built clocháns were simply intended for storage or agricultural use.

At the same location was a big sign "HOLD A BABY LAMB" - the mama sheep and baby lambs, the farmer and his sheepherding dog were all there, along with a little snack bar - we could get tea or hot cocoa to keep us warm.

 

12 x 12, gold floater frame, ready to hang

Irish Sheep

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