Saturday, September 29, 2012

More gate openings.



Applicants with messy appearance will be turned away (from). We want to build upon our country's tradition and prefer not to employ substitute foreign material or manufactured products or any unsuitable blockheads







Must be willing to do shift work



There will be occasional layoffs but you will continue to be employed in terms of always being on hand and ready to return to a new position within our small home grown country as our live stock increasingly adjusts to seasonal yields in growth.




Our local staff of qualified agricultural specialists are on hand daily to take time with you and ensure that you are secure in your new  positions until you feel confident you can hold your own 





4 comments:

  1. It's not hard to tell where you've been me man. Such rustic beauty, and so much of it. Lovely photos!

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  2. It was good to meet you on Inis Óirr John and thanks for your being there. I always come away enchanted from this island by the very walls which are apparently chaotic yet so deeply functional in that the very soil depends on their shelter. Your pictures are great!

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  3. It was good to meet you too Lime Window . There was a wonderful atmosphere and enthusiasm amongst the wallers this year at Inis Oirr. I think the rebuilt walls helped to preserve a sense of place too. Take care and please stay in touch.

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