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scannerman
2012-09-13 05:24:12
Re Keepin Ireland Clean
Tourism's a business Cap and the wild places are becoming a big part of it, hill walking and climbing are the fastest growing outdoor pursuits.

Failte Ireland have their way in the nature of these things, it'll be twenty five billion and the hills'll be alive with the sound of music...

and you might see many more a lass dancing to it

Think about it though, you'll be able to order fried egg and chips on the summit of 'tohill and a nice creamy mocha while you admire the view......

or perhaps even a cable car down from the col.

you'll never be lonely in the mountains again
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