School: Clochar Bhríde, Tullow

Tullow, Co. Carlow
M. Ní Dhubháin
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0909, Page 081

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0909, Page 081

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    1. The rainbow is a sign that God will not flood the earth any more.
    2. When the sun goes down red we will have fine weather.
    3. When the smoke goes up direct from the chimney we will have fine weather.
    4. The distant hills are looking nigh & the flies are busy before wet weather.
    5. The dogs eat grass & cats sit with their tails to the fire before wet weather.
    6. When the moon is covered with something like a thin fog next day will be wet & cold.
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.