“And when you’re traveling along,” she concluded, looking out at the passing fields, “think only of the road at your feet and all that surrounds it, for you may well find the road isn’t half long enough when you make your turn for home.”
~Last of the Donkey Pilgrims, Kevin O’Hara, c 2004
Yes, I know this is not a picture of a donkey, but it was a fine pony who worked hard in the Gap of Dunloe and had a kind man who took care of him. As they walked along, the man would talk quietly to the pony and the pony would listen as they traveled the road at their feet. Enjoy the road that God gives today; rocky or smooth…..part of the journey. Slainte, Lisa
What a gorgeous view of the mountains there in Ireland! The man with the donkey only enhance the spectacular view ahead!