Tag: Llyn Tegid

  • A Knight’s Tale (95: Gaeddren)

    Later in 1983, probably after we returned from the French trip, we holidayed in a farmhouse near Cerrigydrudion in North Wales, where friends Ann and Don were refurbishing their recently acquired house. Sam was soon at the wheel of an elderly tractor, whilst Louisa engaged the attention of the cattle. This misty shot down the valley […]

  • A Welsh Interlude

    Fearing the heat, I set off even earlier than yesterday for a walk to Pomport and back.  As I began my return journey I could see rainclouds over Sigoules, and very soon the lapis lazuli canopy under which I’d begun my outing had turned into a slate roof.  The sweat I’d engendered on the way […]