To whet your appetite for the 2020 reunion, read this fine article from Paul Loughnane in the UK:
Philippa and I decided to celebrate ten years of cycling adventures by travelling this time from the northern tip of Ireland, Malin Head, to the southern tip, Mizen Head. We could not do this without skirting the Burren.
… We started to climb up to the Burren plateau gently cycling through Cappaghmore through hazel lined lanes. Then at the end of this valley we headed up a steep series of zig-zag inclines climbing the geological time through the limestone terraces up to the Penitential Station at Fahee North, the station being part of the pilgrimage to the nearby St Colmcille’s Church. Here we stopped for a while, resting and taking in the extensive views down the limestone valleys to Galway Bay and beyond. We pressed on as we had a rendezvous with the Clan historian Edward O’Loghlen at Cassidy’s Bar in Carran…
Read on and see more photographs in Paul’s article attached to the Burren pages, here>>>
Thanks, Paul, for this lovely tale. And as he says at the end:
There is to be a Clan reunion in Ennis in August 2020. So do sign up and I hope some of these places can be enjoyed further by clan members.