Tony Penultimate

Letterkenny

 

The Harland and Wolff yellow gantry can be seen to the right of the green sign

I can honestly say not much has happened today, no sex, no drugs and very little rock’n’roll (I’m writing this in the dressing room about an hour before we’re due on stage). My month long break from booze continues and I’ve already had four cans of coke today, thats pretty much the equivalent of a bag of sugar - I can feel the pounds piling on. 

After getting a good nights sleep and meeting some friends, we drove from Belfast (passing the derelict Harland and Woolf shipyard where the Titanic was built) to Letterkenny in County Donegal (i.e. into the Republic of Ireland) with very little of the promised beautiful landscape. 

Today we’ve experienced classic Irish ‘Stereo” weather i.e. sun shining at the same time as its raining - no wonder the landscape is so green. Hester rejoins us tomorrow in Galway.

 

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