School: An Cheathrú Mhór

Location:
Carrowmore, Co. Mayo
Teacher:
P. Ó Glacáin

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0141, Page 127

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weather.
7. A remarkable dry Spring it is the sign of a dry year to follow.
8. When the sea roars at some remarkable points it is the sign of dry weather.
9. When the cat turns his back to the fire it is the sign of wet weather.

Eileen Mulloy,
St Patricks N.S.
Carrowmore - Lacken
Ballina.

Collector
Eileen Mulloy
Gender
female
Informant
John Mulloy
Gender
male
Age
64
Occupation
farmer
Address
Killogeary, Co. Mayo
Language
English