Saturday morning I rode the DART to Howth, a seaside peninsula at the north-eastern edge of Dublin.
Because I'm interested in vehicles, my first destination in Howth was the National Transport Museum.
Unfortunately, despite a sign saying the museum opened at 10:00, it was closed when I arrived.
It didn't look like much from the outside.
On my way to the Transport Museum, I walked past this castle.
Howth has a beautiful and bustling fishing port.
The rest of the photos on this page are of Howth Harbor.
I'd never seen sailboats like these.
My brother is an ocean engineer, so I showed him this photo and asked him what they are.
He suggested they're a "gaff-rigged dinghy sloop" or "something like a Winkle Brig." Thanks, G!
"Heed uneven surface notices."
This green, rocky island is called Ireland's Eye.
"May we be gathered in the nets of God."