Familiar images from Castlebar walking festival's road routes, day three

THE third day of the 53rd annual Castlebar International Four Days Walks would have taken place today if it had not been cancelled due to Covid-19.

The Connaught Telegraph sent out a reporter to capture some of the familiar images of day three of the road walks for those missing the event so much.

Today's 20k road walk was from Castlebar to Turlough across to Ross, Crimlin and Tawnyshane before returning to the county town.

A really enjoyable trek.

The Crucifix at Crimlin Communitty Centre, a popular meeting place for walkers during the Saturday walk.
The community of Turlough deserves a Tidy Towns award for its efforts.
Ducklings at breakfast time.
Councillor Ger Deere's teeshirt. He wore it during a gathering of local walkers who undertook a 10k route today.
You just can't escape the Fox's Gloves.
The tricolour flying proudly along the route
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