Last week I asked for suggestions of local places that I could visit that I'd never visited. As one person commented, this is a tough challenge. However, one of the suggestions was a stone I'd looked for many years ago, but had never found. When I found it today I found out why. I was told it was much further down the road it is on and opposite the old church, not the new one!
This piece of earth-fast rock has a rectangular hole in it, presumably it was a cross base. While I was in the area I simply had to go back to Kilmashogue (County Dublin). It's been over 10 years since I was last there and it's only just up the road.
It's good to have been out again. Hopefully, I will be able to gather some momentum and keep visiting a few sites a month over the summer.