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An Glór (Jenny) said

at 6:10 pm on Oct 8, 2008

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Glasóg shráide said

at 6:05 pm on Oct 10, 2008

Hello AG Thought you might like to know I went back to C’lann today with some friends. Saw it was a great coffee morning at the Yellow place (absolutely NO scraps though – pity!) Wondered if you had found anyone to take those tiny little pictures yet.
That FAB is useless he seems to have given up and flown away. Browne Ronan is probably too busy playing his music (Heard from Hughes Dog that there was a great night at Hughes and a Mr Lally was in fine voice). So where do we go from here?? There seems to be much going on down by C’nn - saw Rook and all his friends there this pm. Just sitting on the wire they.
Where do we go from here??? Want to help but this is beyond me.
Think I’ll go to the C’nn page for a mo. –and take this with me as an introduction, as it were. Well here I am at the C'nn page and that seems to work.

Spiddal Rook said

at 6:11 pm on Oct 10, 2008

Afternoon Glasóg. I’ll join you for a mo too. What is a mo? Can I eat it?

Yes, most of us were down there this afternoon. The weather was so miserable we elected to hold our daily Parliament early and we wanted to consider the project. We think we would like some photographs inside and outside of each of those little sheds to know what is going on inside. Hound's friend in the weaving place should know, he goes into all of them.

We didn’t get any scraps either – perhaps that is a good thing for them as it keeps the place neat and tidy. In our research we think our tummies should rule, how about researching this BB place first.

How about it AG? Will we find FAB under the table there? Do you know where he went?

Should we be abusing this lovely new page, after all we have got our own one? I think we should go back there but keep a beady eye and ear out.

An Glór (Jenny) said

at 2:48 pm on Oct 11, 2008

Hello Glasóg, I was at the coffee morning yesterday in An Siopa Bui and it was a great success. Would you believe I had never been in the shop before and it was a pleasant surprise to discover all they had to offer. I think it would be a brilliant idea to do some research on each of the shops in An Ceardlann to give people a flavour of what can be found there. I know Scott had taken some excellent photos in the past for the boat building club and for Bádóirí Lurgan. I also know that he is a regular patron of the Ceardlann. So perhaps (at the risk of being presumptious) he might be good enough to take the occasional photo and post them to this page. What do you think Scott?

Scott Anderson said

at 9:22 pm on Oct 11, 2008

Pleasure but I am no great poicture taker but we can make a start. I will e-mail what I take to you directly and you can do all the clever stuff like making the teeny-weeny ones. You can sort things out afterwards when and if the workshop owners want anything out of it. Just ask if there is anything you want done in photography way - retired now and time on my hands..

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