Left early for our full day. It was quite a good day for Ireland, We arrived by a van. It took us about 1 1/2 hours. The van however was not so comfortable. When we arrived I noticed a scooter so I was able to use it to go around the park and save my back for research. It was quite interesting but to me it was cold and damp, I think the sun hid itself in the trees. The whole theme of the park is what is was like in Ireland when our ancestors left and how it was traveling over the Ocean to the new world. In each section there was a man/women in period dress talking about the way of life in Ireland in the 16th and 17th century. It of course was not easy to live and eek a living out of the land. I still have not found out for certain what Robert did for a living but I am sure he was a farmer of Flax as everyone in that time was. Sandy and I and Ann went around together and only got thru the Ireland portion and into the Boat to America. THere was not time to see America but we knew our American History so it was okay. Lunch was next before research at the Mellon Centre. Hope to find something that lists Robert and Elizabeth coming over. Lunch was Irish Beef stew and this dessert with Raspberry and Coconut. At the Mellon Centre, the ladies gave a great introduction and helped us tremendously. Although I did not find Robert anywhere, not a surprise, I came to the realization that maybe my Robert did not come from Cookstown and so back to drawing board to research the other John, James and William Glasgows in other parts of Ulster Northern Ireland. Below are pictures both Sandy and I took for the day.