Discussion in 'Pictures and video' started by Donegal Bay, Feb 15, 2016.
A few from yesterday's tractor run.
A few more.
Nice DB 1490 there
Like the 956 as well.
She got the @greendragon3 treatment I think.
Snapped this near Slea Head, West Kerry last September. It's an ex Austrian army Steyr 4X4 and the living accommodation is an ex German army demountable field radio hut built from heavy gauge aluminium.
I dont particularly like camper vans, but that is impressive.
Easkey, West Sligo this afternoon.
I looked to the west an hour ago, all I could see was cloud stuck to the ground.
are you from easkey?
I live in North Sligo @jd-baz We were out for a spin in the promised land and called in here http://puddingrow.ie/
Are You familiar with Easkey Yourself baz?
yes,know a few down there,sold a spreader down there a few years back,went down to set it up one evening,lovely country
Nice country allright... if I won the lotto.......
I wonder how much weight on the jib before the steering gets light....... Seen at Blackrock Pier, Killybegs.
Is that the way for transporting Patterson the islands?
I think the trailer belongs to one of the Marine Engineering company's, they use them as a big mobile toolbox. I've never seen that jib in use, I presume it's to allow reach over the edge of the pier for lifting off the deck of a boat...
Out on the road late at night......
How was puddingrow? I live about 15 mins away towards sligo but haven't ventured yet despite herself nagging
Nice food but wouldn't be the cheapest, was busy enough when We were there.
Was down in skreen only the other evening with another spreader, lovely country and great views
It's a lovely part of the country, plenty of money there.... I'll keep a lookout for a shiny Bogballe the next day I'm over there.
Ewe'll have to Baaaaack up....... A boreen in Erris at dusk.
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Tractor run today from Oxfield in North Sligo in aid of North West Hospice and Sligo Cancer Support Centre. The run went through Maugherow and around by the picturesque Raghly Harbour.
This was driven by the best looking tractor driver on the run.
Not many of these around.
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