It's beginning to look a bit autumnal in the countryside. Leaves have started turning colour, fungi are poking up from the leaf litter and the Spindle trees at Straw's Bridge, are pink with ripening fruits.
Monday, 16 September 2019
On Tuesday, Malcolm and I decided to turn our feet 'the other way' and headed along the coast in a southerly direction. Crossing the bridge over the Seiont once more, gave us another chance to look back at the castle.
Sunday, 15 September 2019
Away from the town of Caernarfon, there were a couple of good walks to be had. One, took us north along a long disused railway line. Wild flowers and Blackberries (and people picking them) were in great abundance along the whole walk and we had some nice glimpses of the waters of the Menai Strait...
Saturday, 14 September 2019
We've recently returned from a few days stay in the Welsh town of Caernarfon. We arrived last Sunday, in glorious sunshine and were quickly out and about, getting to know our way around. The water-front was first on the itinerary.
Thursday, 5 September 2019
Malcolm and I set out for a walk this morning, intending to stop for coffee at the Shipley Park Visitors' Centre. On the way, we passed the meadow, set out with flowers specifically for the production of bird-seed.
Monday, 2 September 2019
Summer has slipped past us in what seems like just a couple of weeks and September brings with it, the onset of Autumn. To emphasise this fact, the countryside has started to display all the usual signs. Hay has been cut and rolled...