Thoughts of Easter   2 comments

Back in time we go. As as always I’m behind with posts. I have excuses but I’m sure you’re not interested.

We had a quiet time just me and the Funsters down in mid-Wales while the Junior sherpa took a trip to Spain with the new love of his life – bless him!🙂

The weather was pretty wet and miserable but we had some moments. We took a trip to Borth for a stroll on the beach. I was playing with the Panorama setting on my camera. As you can see it’s more difficult than it looks and needs a little more practice  :)

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We took a walk along the sea-front in Aberystwyth

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And a walk from Yestumtuen down to the Rheidol Gorge and Parsons Bridge

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Ignoring the “danger of falling in deep holes” warning signs we lunched in the ruins of the old mine workings.

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And walked back over the hills above the gorge to the car

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Not before the rains returned for the rest of the day. Uneventful but pleasant nonetheless

Posted May 11, 2016 by surfnslide in Mid Wales, Wales, Walking

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  1. Looks like you made the most of it. That gorge looks spectacular – don’t think I’ve been there: one to add to the list!

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    beatingthebounds
    • It was a pretty grey and dreary day so it’s hard to justice to the gorge but it is rather nice and very quiet and little-known. There is loads of great stuff to do around the caravan as well as skinny dipping and humiliating your friends from Yorkshire at beach games

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