July 11, 2006
There are the remains of several beehive huts and an oratory and a graveyard. The outer stone wall is around 6 feet thick in areas and traces the outline of the complex and provides some internal division as well. The wall encloses an area of about 100 feet in diameter. The ground around is more flat and would have made good farmland if any of that kind of activity took place.
From journal Co. Kerry