This will be the last post that I make to the blog on this trip to the Ring of Kerry .
We are homeward-bound tomorrow, via Rosscrea, Dublin, Chester and the A1 south to Essex.
These are the standing stones – maybe part of a stone circle ( it was hard to tell! ) – at Cashelkeetly on the Breara Way, another circular path south of the Ring of Kerry.
The stones are on a plateau about 400 feet above sea level and it is believed that they were put in place in about 700 BC.