Guest post

This striking example has found its way into my inbox courtesy of regular poster Geraldine, from County Kildare, to whom many thanks. It’s an old granite gatepost in a meadow, complete with an exhausted Millie who has an exceptional tongue.

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4 Responses to Guest post

  1. makemeadiva says:

    Shamardal lives in Kildare and Rudi comes from the next door county of Meath.

    Nice post.

  2. OS says:

    That is an exceptional post and the single hole in it makes you wonder what it was used for.

    Millie looks comfortable on that lovely grass.

  3. Geraldine says:

    Are they horses or dogs, Diva?

    OS, the hole in the post used to hold an iron fitting into which a gate spud fitted; there was another stone on the ground with a hole in it and the lower spud sat into that and the gate could then swing. It’s a very old post which has been in these fields for well over 100 years.

    Millie was exhausted from racing in ever decreasing circles around the post as I was trying to take the photo. She is known here (among other names) as The Dog of Little Brain.

  4. makemeadiva says:

    Hi Geraldine, Shamardal is one of my favourite racehorses who now stands at the Darley Kildangan Stud and the Rudi is my rescue dog from Navan (he types all this for me!)

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