School: Cill Barúin (roll number 10595)

Location:
Kilbarron, Co. Donegal
Teacher:
Séan C. Ó Ciaráin
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  1. When the old moon shows with the new moon it is a sign of rain.
    When the fog blows out to sea it is a sign of rain. Is a horse is seen feeding early in the morning it is a sign of good weather but if he is seen standing with his back to the ditch it is a sign of bad weather.
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