Ireland – November 2010


730 ft. tall Cliffs of Moher that were formed by giant glaciers during the last ice age near Lahinch, Ireland.


Durty Nelly’s Pub which was founded in 1620 standing next to Bunratty Castle which was constructed in 1425 by the MacNamara clan and occupied by the O’Briens in 1475.


Tony Roethler, Tim Roethler and Mike Null enjoying the Guinness St. James Gate at the factory in Dublin, Ireland.


The lads outside the Brazen Head Pub founded in 1198 is said to be the oldest pub in Ireland.


Michael Murphy, head greenskeeper/superintendent at Waterville Golf Links in Waterville, Ireland.  The course is ranked number 35 in the world according to the Golf World (U.K.) June 2010 edition.


Tim Roethler enjoying a Jameson Whiskey at the Old Jameson Distillery in Dublin.


Mike Null pulling the perfect Guinness at Durty Nelly’s.


Tim Roethler pulling another perfect Guinness at Durty Nelly’s.


Tony Roethler topping off his perfectly pulled Guinness that is about to hit the lips after a Slainte salute.


Looks like Tony-Boy had too many perfect Guinness!

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