Monthly Archives: January 2012

Pontypridd: a brief visit

A friendly day with visitors contemplating views from my horse’s home on the side of the Garth over a misty Cardiff, enjoying a long pub lunch, and walking back through Pontypridd and Trefforest until the paths were too dark and … Continue reading

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Gwrhyd Common

Anyone who lives and roams or rides in the post-industrial hills of Wales will understand how easy it is to turn one way and see a terrace, farm and forest, and turn another way into pure wildness.  Cefn Gwrhyd, above … Continue reading

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Llama walking: cutting-edge action in open spaces

An eight mile walk with some llamas sounds a perfect way to spend Boxing Day, and here are the llamas who joined my friend (she understands llamas after a trip to Peru).  They caused quite a stir in the Bath … Continue reading

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