I stopped off at a very special spot in Glenveagh National Park a few weeks ago. “The Happy Camper” is a real gem of a cafe – surrounded by stunning views of ancient peat bogs with Muckish Mountain standing proudly in the background.
The view of peat bogs and Muckish Mountain
Maria McCormack serves her customers freshly cooked, scrumptious pancakes with a variety of toppings seen in the menu in the photograph below:
Maria smiling for my camera
She is a most genial host and will serve you pancakes accompanied with some mighty craic, lots of smiles and even a song or two!
My pancakes filled with bacon, topped off with maple syrup, tasted Heavenly:
A small table and two chairs help to keep environmental impact to a minimum. Food containers and cutlery are all compostable.
Seated at this tiny blue table, I pondered on times long past, when I climbed HUGE mountains like Muckish. Indeed, I scaled around 25 Scottish mountains over 3000ft, called Munros.
Today, I am content to simply gaze upon these mighty peaks, enjoying the magnificent view.
If you want to read more about Maria and The Happy Camper, please visit: https://facebook.com/Thehappycampermariamccormack/
This post is my contribution to The Green Stars Project competition
The Happy Camper, Glenveagh gets 5 Green Stars from me for its minimal impact on the environment.
Brigid P. Gallagher
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