His biggest adversary was the Scottish Giant ( I always have to search for his name, cos to us he was just the Scottish giant) - his name was Ruscaire.
While chasing him one time he was so enraged that he lifted a lump of earth which he threw after his opponent - thus creating Lough Neagh and the Isle of Man - some pup was our Finn :)
But his greatest legacy was the road he created to walk across to Scotland - in just a couple of strides you understand. And that road is the Giant's Causeway.
|I thought the puddles of water were holes in the rock - need my eyes tested
Here is some basic information about the Causeway
- it's volcanic, has a counterpart at Fingal's Cave in Scotland
Is a World Heritage site
and is simply wonderful
A bit more info
|Magnificent column of rock
|All the rocks are either 4,7 or 8 sided.
And made of this wonderful volcanic black rock
|The Organ at the Giant's Causeway, or some call it the Lion's Head
|The Grand Causeway, heading out to Scotland
|The far end of the Bay with the chimneys visible at the end
|Looking down at the water