Well I’ve not had much luck with my hiking for a while! We usually slow down a bit in the winter but after a bereavement and a bad knee injury I’ve been much less active.
We have been out for quite a few car trips though, earlier this week we were in the Wem area and discovered a little gem called The Moat. It’s an English Heritage site with a great looking restaurant called The Moat Shed. You can find out more here http://www.themoatshed.co.uk/the-double-moat but I know I’ll be back soon for a very tempting sounding breakfast!
Bit challenging this walk, it was a very muddy day and when we were walking by the river the path was really narrow – had to take it a tad slower than usual but it was well worth it, beautiful walk and some gorgeous places to stop for tea and lunch 🙂
We had a quick scout around near Glyn Ceiriog last week, trying a new area for our walks but still fairly near to home. We almost bought a house near there a few years back so know it a little, turned out to be really exciting with lots of possibilities!
Had a couple of amazing walks in the Ceiriog Valley recently, such a beautiful area, can’t wait to explore it more! We’ve bought a new picnic blanket and even though the sit mats are great, it’s lovely to spread out a bit, took full advantage of it at the reservoir today, so comfy!
Mini walk today as I was a bit under the weather, so had a picnic in Moel Famau Country Park. Such an amazing place on my doorstep, we can see it from our house, and a walkers paradise 💕
Beautiful picnic today at West Beach Llandudno, nothing beats a blanket on the sand and a flask of tea. Got some nice photos even though I forgot my snazzy camera and had to use my phone, including one of mist which to me looks like a hand grabbing the Great Orme!
Even managed a mini sandcastle from our used ice cream tubs, a fabulous day in a stunning spot.
Beautiful walk in Snowdonia today, taking in a Roman Fort as well, so lucky where we live 💕
Bit of an adventure our last hike, the landowner clearly wasn’t keen on ramblers so a lot of the stiles had been taken down and in one place the only crossing over a wide stream / river dismantled, it is a pretty major route too so a bit of a surprise but never mind. We gave it a good try crossing over a muddy bit of the stream / river (nearly losing a boot in the calf deep mud and having to hand dig ourselves out) but eventually had to turn back….bit of an adventure though like I said and the riverside tea and cake picnic was well worth the trip!