School: Kilmacowen (roll number 14441)

Kilmacowen, Co. Sligo
Seán Mac Giolla Pheadair
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0159, Page 002

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    weather when the sea gulls fly inland. When there is going to be a storm the cat will appear with his back to the fire and there is a blue blaze in the fire.
    A fog lying in the valley is a sign of good weather while if snow on the mountain is seen it is a sign of bad weather. When the dust is seen to flying on the road-way it is a sign of good weather.
    When the smoke goes straight from the chimney to the sky it is a sign of good weather.
    I heard the above written facts from John Feeney who lives in the town-land of where he was born and reared
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.