|Heir versus Hare|
|Wednesday, 04 March 2009 18:24|
Hare versus Heir
When we were developing our new website before Christmas 2008 we wanted naturally enough to ensure that all sailors who wanted to sail with us knew where we were on the map and that we did not confuse you all by saying we are here when in fact we are there, or rather Heir v Hare. At the same time we were trying to sort ourselves out on the Google map and found that the wonderful people at Google would not allow us to drive across the water from Cunnamore to Heir (Hare) Island. This was indeed very smart as regular users know that you have to book the ro ro ferry if you want to stay dry.
Are you any the wiser? We decided to hedge our bets and to use both spellings. Brian Friel wrote an acclaimed play called Translations which coincidentally was performed at Glebe House in Baltimore last summer, is there a play in Heir/Hare, please let us know your thoughts and let us see if this blog can excite a level of interest that so exorciated the worthy citizens of Dingle or is it da---------.