Our group of eight climbed steadily to the magnificent Curraduff coum, home to the two Scillogue Loughs.  While our friends were having their lunch above the Sean Bhean and her plume of “smoke”, we were enjoying the view from below with ours, followed by a few iterations of exhilarating weather which involved some turning of “tóin le gaoth”.   It was a very pleasant route around Coumlara, on to the Gap and back to the cars via Bóithrín na Socraide, then on to Ballymacarbery to meet our friends for coffee and rugby.