According to carlow weather don’t go changing to the summer duvet or packing away the big coats. The weather models continue to show a plunge of cold air moving down from the Arctic from Easter Sunday🥶 https://t.co/eiBF7g1jQgMild enough here, cracking drying today, there won't be a fire lit here till the back end of the year.
Also known as The Reabhog Days." the borrowing days "
" the borrowing days "... always appears with a few bad days early april
Funny how the same conversation came up today.was chatting a dairy man in templeboy and he had the same irish names for it , as I had only heard of the borrowing daysAlso known as The Reabhog Days.
The Irish version of the fable concerns an old brindled cow, ‘An tSean-Bhó Riabhach’. The old brindled cow boasted that even the tough weather of March could not kill her, so March borrowed three days from April and using these with added fury, killed and skinned the poor old cow. The first three days of April were traditionally known by such names as Laethanta na Riabhaiche, the Borrowed or Borrowing Days or the Skinning Days.
I ran out of beet SaturdayIts very bare round here, i'm out of silage, been on two farms today that are at the back of their pits. There's no beet around either, if anyone do advertise any its gone instantly!