This is a sketch of the boats on Lough Conn near Enniscoe.
A charming scene where the guests from England had gone out for a morning of fishing.

Music: The Old Rambler


Enniscoe Boats

The boats were pulled up to the shore
Down the beach were several more
The English were out fishing with their gear
At Breakfast they talked and we could hear
Today it seemed cold and bleak
Not as cheery as when we heard them speak
Perhaps the the stories and recounting
Are better than the actual outing
You have to give them credit being out there
The fishing was slow with a chill in the air

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