Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Contestants from other countries

More US Contestants w Friends

US Contestants w friends

I say! Isn't that a world champion trophy you are holding?

During the Contest

A Red Hats Club provided one of the judges

Not everyone was focused on the same thing


A line up

The image is dark, but this is Phil on stage, I couldn't leave it out.

The Winners

Click on the Handlebar Club Web page.


BTUSA is indeed a force in World Beard and Moustache competion!

Thursday, September 13, 2007


We had fun in Brighton before the contest. We had a lot of fun in Brighton during the contest. Soooooo, after the contest, we had some more fun in Brighton.

The new world class sand volley ball court. Imported sand because the local pebles were a bit much for practice.

No Guts no Glory, says it all.

Historic boats on display, sea food and a brew.

1.1 Pounds at the current 2.08 conversion rate put his brownie at $2.29 plus what ever conversion fee you paid to convert your money.

Europe know how to grow a flower in a hanging basket.

The Hole in the Wall Pub was very friendly, and all the locals new the puppy and he knew which ones were good for a hand out.

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

The Tide

The water seems a bit cool today.

Go Back! I command you to go back!

Oh well, it didn't work for Henry either.

Boom Town

Dublin is booming.

Dublin Ireland

Jameson Distillary

They made a bench out of a perfectly good Wiskey Barrel

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

St. James Gate

There is porter and bitter. Neither one says much about the brew. Guinness makes porter.

I am not going to try to explain this. You just have to go there and see for yourself.

Under the waterfall. Nothing special about Guinness water, it is just good clean Irish water.

The safe door was open just a sliver, so we could see the restart beaker incase something goes wrong with the living standard.


It's Guinness, my goodness!


Beach Sand

Powers Court

My beauty at Powers Court Rose Garden

Grass as far as you can see. The sign says, "Keep Off."


The River Liffey