Ireland provided us with amazing experiences today. The weather worked out perfectly to offer us a clear view of the Killarney Mountains as we took a trip on the "Ring of Kerry". We took in many stunning vistas, all of which we tried to capture on camera. Looking at pictures can hardly describe the magnitude of the experience of witnessing in person the amazing mountains, valleys, lakes and waterfalls of Killarney. The chilly weather did nothing to curb the enthusiasm of our group as we would hop on and off our motor coach to see all that the lands of Killarney had to offer. We were truly blessed to see the powerful waters of Torc Waterfall, which a week ago was just a trickle, but we were able to witness in full power due to recent rains. The view of the lakes of Killarney from the mountainside was simply stunning and offered a great backdrop for a multitude of selfies and group photos (note one below). Our travel on the "Ring of Kerry" ended with a tour of The Muckross House, a stately 16,000 square foot mansion built in the 19th century. Our tour in the house paused in the grand entry as our group sang a couple songs for our guide and another group who stopped to listen in (with phones recording!). Note a video clip of that impromptu performance on our media page. It is clear to see that the beauty of Ireland is leaving a deep impact on our students as they are continually impacted by the amazing variety of sights we are taking in, all of which communicate to us the greatness of this amazing country.