Wales, April 2008


We drove to Wales and stayed in a charming cottage while visiting with Gail, Ianto and Cai.

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The cottage on the RiverDyfi in Wales. A lovely setting surrounded by pastures full of sheep and lambs. The sitting room. Open beams and huge fireplace. The kitchen in the old dairy area.
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Our nearest neighbours... providing a constant chorus... from first light. On a walk near the cottage...
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A bridge in the Coed-y-Brenin Forest Park. The view from the bridge. And the other direction... Flyte discovers the joys of splashing about...
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and wading... and body surfing... and water-biting... and fishing for sticks. Back to dry land.
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Jean helping grandson Cai up the bank. Two happy boys... Early violets... "I caught it... I eat it!" Cai, Ianto and Flyte... each with his mind on a different thing.
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"Where's Flyte?" The packhorse bridge at Dinas-mawddwy.
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Jean and her school-chum, Jane Seabury. Just across the Welsh border into Shropshire. The Lawley. There is an Iron Age Hillfort on the summit.
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Old drove road. Rheilffordd Talyllyn Railway. The steam is up... Flyte came with us and even had his own ticket.
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Looking for Thomas the Tank Engine.
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End of the line and of the visit to Wales.


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