Mabel was bound and chained to an unusual two-wheeled wagon, and the group began trekking west. On dark nights, close to a small campfire, they traded recipes and baked delicious food; the aroma wafted through the air and made mouths water to all who smelled it.
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When the opportunity to escape came, our hearty Irish lass, rolled down a very long hill, where a lonely and hungry rancher was cooking a single meal of beans over a small fire. He had been smelling her great baking for days, and was elated that Mabel had rolled in. Together they turned their loneliness and bad fortune into the luck of the Irish!
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Fergus mac Róich
Do not copy any content including images without our consent. The story has it that Fergus married the beautiful woman Neas, who was the mother of Conor, on condition that he allow Conor to rule the province for one year. When the year was up, the people claimed to prefer the rule of Conor, and so Fergus was sidelined to the role of patron of the king. He is supposed to have possessed great virility and strength.
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He thus placed himself as guarantor for the safe keeping of the exiles. Naoise and his brothers were eager to return to their homeland, in spite of the suspicions of Deirdre.
When they landed on the shores of Ireland they were met by a Knight of the Red Branch who invited Fergus to a feast in his fortress that night. Fergus tried to explain that he had a mission to conduct the Sons of Ushna safely to the court of Conor MacNessa, but he was under a geis, a sacred oath, never to refuse a feast given in his name. He was therefore obliged to remain behind, while Naoise and his companions travelled on.
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Then Naoise and his brothers fought against the army of Ulster and were killed. Fergus returned to find that treachery had been practised, and that one of his own sons lay dead, while the other was a traitor. He then swore to be avenged on Conor MacNessa for thus abusing him, and he departed from Ulster to Connacht.
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