wicklowwalks

A pictorial guide to walks  in the beautiful Irish county of Wicklow
And a pleasant chat along the way

Wicklow Way 1b   Marlay Park to Borananaaraltry Bridge

The first walk is from Marley Park
up to the ridge on Two Rock Mountain.
The second walk is in the opposite direction
from the “car park”
on the Pine Forest Road

to the ridge,
and finally down
to Boranaraltry Bridge

to complete the route.

This is a strenuous walk of about 2 hours with a climb of 225 metres.

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From the Car Park on Pineforest Road to the Ridge at Two Rock Mountain
Pineforest Road Pineforest Road
Pineforest Road
Two Rock Mountain Two Rock Mountain Two Rock Mountain

The Wicklow Way is along part of the Pineforest Road before turning towards the mountain ridge.

   
     
   
Two Rock Mountain
Two Rock Mountain
Two Rock Mountain Two Rock Mountain Two Rock Mountain
                   
From the Car Park on Pineforest Road down to Boranaraltry Bridge
                                                                                           
                                                The Wicklow Way turns off the Pineforest Road onto Boranaraltry Lane.
Boranaraltry Lane. Boranaraltry Lane.
Boranaraltry Lane. Boranaraltry Lane.
  The Storyline of the Bible 2/30
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God Establishes His Kingdom

Genesis chapter one

All stories have a hero and the Bible is no exception. The hero of the Bible is God and the Bible opens in chapter one of the first book with God creating the Universe. Care, planning and time are exercised by God in creation. And his verdict is pronounced upon all his work, that it is all very good. This is not a scientific explanation of creation but a foundation to establish a World-view where God is seen as the rightful owner of this world and the proper object of our trust, obedience and worship.
People of all ages and all cultures are familiar with the concept of a Kingdom. We in the democratic West may have an abhorrence with the term because we consider everyone equal. But there is no equality between the Creator and the created and so the Bible rightly uses this human political system to describe the relationship between God and mankind.





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