|Looking back at the Poolbeg Power Station Ringsend.|
|Half Moon Swimming Pool Club founded in 1898.La Club Lune du midi du nage fondeé 1898|
|Ancient Block and Tackle Hoist Poolbeg Lighthouse/ Phare du Poolbeg la Grand Mur du sud ,Ringsend.|
|Speed Limit for Pleasure Boats and Shipping in Dublin Port.|
|Mural on wall of Shelter,Monty Python./Mural sur la mur. monty python|
|Poolbeg Lighthouse and the Ulysses Ferry coming into Port.|
|Ringsend Nature Park /Parc Natural and the Poolbeg Power Station.|
|Ringsend Nature Park beside the Shelly Banks.|
|Passed through Fairview Park on way Home. These Girls were attending Boot Camp to get fit and lose some Weight./Boot Camp pour elever truc ventre, le Jeunesse Femme Jettee le ventre ,Park du Fairview.|
|Cycle Track through Fairview Park on way Home.|
|Cycle Path Fairview Park /Chemin du velo parc du fairview.|
|I love this a Feral Motorist getting their comeuppence for Parking on the Cycle Path and Pedestrian Path outside Fairview Park on my way Home. /Un voiture sur le chemin du velo prochaine parc du fairview CLAMPED jai tre heurresment.|
Then I headed off through Ringsend Park then the Nature Park and did a little bit of off Road Cycling for five minutes until I reached the Road to the Sth Wall. I tried Cycling on it the Sth Wall for a while but it was rough going and I did not want to wreck my Wheels on the uneven Granite Blocks which were made uneven by the Sea constantly coming over the wall so I walked the 5 Km to the Lighthouse there and back to the Power Station. The Wall is around 5KM long or 3 or 4 miles and can be dangerous if the sea is rough and is coming over the wall but it was very calm that day. I had Lunch up beside the Lighthouse at 3.pm of a Baguette of Chicken Salad which I had got in the Spar Shop on Sandymount Green at around 2.15pm. There was a sharp Nth East wind hitting me in the face but not very Cold around 16 C and it would be much warmer away from the Coast. I enjoyed myself for over an hour watching the Ships coming into Dublin Port and I started to head Home at around 5.00pm.
I went over the East Link Bridge at Pigeon House Road then down the East Wall Road then eventually over the Tolka River then through Fairview Park. There was a large group of Young Women in Training in a Boot Camp to get fit and lose some weight and some had come by Bicycle presumably. I noticed a Car was Clamped outside the Park on the Cycle Track. This is always happening here especially at the Weekend with People Playing Football in the Park and Parking on the Cycleway , dangerous to Cyclists and Pedestrians who have to try and squeeze pass each other or else go on the Roadway. Also if it is Match Day on Weekends in the National Gaelic Athletics Stadium in Croke Park they Park their Cars here and the Police seems to turn a Blind Eye to what is going on as there are usually a few Gardai on Patrol all around this district and nobody getting Ticketed . I enjoyed the Day it was very relaxing.