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farmhouse by the sea? this looks like the perfect combo to me and hey @Megan Akins just what you and Drew need!

I would love to visit Ireland someday. -i don't think enough irish people really travel around ireland i know people who've been around europe but haven't really left dublin.

The Mourne Mountains, Northern Ireland

Galway ireland.. Pretty sure we drove around looking for this very spot for 2 hours and never found it- would up in a pub eating fish n chips instead!

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland. These cliffs are a true testament to a place out of this world. There is nothing quite like the salty air filling your lungs and standing precariously close to life's edge to make you feel alive in such a mystical place.

Aran Islands, Ireland.....I would love to live therein that cute white house withe the view and green pastures!!

Glendalough, County Wicklow, Ireland. This area, whose name means valley of two lakes, is home to one of the oldest monasteries in Ireland, as well as two beautiful lakes and a few other sites of historical interest (most of which are connected with the monastery). It is a great place to go see if you're in Dublin as it is quite close by.

Ruins of 'Old' Castlemacadam Church outside Avoca - County Wicklow Ireland................

Cliffs of Kerry, Ireland **I have ancestors from Ireland. It would be so nice to visit there one day!

Ireland, I would love to sit here....with a book....and a pot of tea....wrapped in a cozy blanket....... and just breathe

April 1976 "Master of the meadows: By the time Christy Fitzgerald grows up, his future may lie not in farming or emigration, but in one of the industries lured to Dingle by government grants for factory construction. By attracting business to the countryside, Ireland aims to stem the centures-long export of her young."