It started a bit blustery made more worrying by the number of recently fallen trees, and then started pouring, scuppering our plans for Portmeirion en route. However we zigzagged down western Wales visiting
Porthmadoc – raining
Dolgellau – rather grey but possibly nice with a crowd, Covid seemed to have done its thing there…
Past Cader Idris – looking imposing, one of dads favoured walks but we didn’t feel able to tackle it today.
Down its glacial valley
and on to Aberdovey, fairly windswept today as you can tell. We happened across and bought a very eco runner for the hallway, half wool, half recycled plastic
And wound our way down to New Quay and Tyr Ffynnon campsite. Pretty remote but with views out to the west over the sea, with good walks beckoning tomorrow down into New Quay