The Burren is a stark and remarkable landscape of jigsaw patters in the limestone, scoured by glaciers and worn away by erosion. The whole place feels otherworldly, a feeling only increased by the alien-looking fossils found through the rocks, and the caverns that run underneath. Perhaps it's not a coincidence that ancient Irish built Stonehenge-like monuments, like the dolmen in the background, to worship here.
Let’s say we've lost most of the self-reliant skills and classical education that our forbears posessed. Let's say we have replaced them with a culture of buying and discarding things we don't value, and staring at glowing screens. Let's say you want to try to rediscover an older way of life, believing we will need such things again.
And let’s say you have a daughter.