School: Teampall Mhuire

Carbad Beg, Co. Mayo
Eithne, Bean Uí Mhaonghaille

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0144, Page 162

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crows are cawing and flying in large numbers from tree to tree it is the sign of a storm. When there is going to be a shower the hens run for shelter but if the rain is going to last for the day they say to them selves.

"It is better to get our food now than to be searching for it later," so they continue picking. If you see the robin or wag tail coming about the door it is the sign of a storm.