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Cerrig Cyfamod Glyndwr

Stone Row / Alignment

<b>Cerrig Cyfamod Glyndwr</b>Posted by GLADMAN
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Cerrig Cyfamod Glyndwr (Stone Row / Alignment) by GLADMAN Drosgl rises beyond, again (apparently) crowned by large cairns.
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
30th September 2012ce
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Comments (7)

These are already on the list, it's good to see a picture of them at long last postman Posted by postman
30th September 2012ce
If you've fishing 'wader' boots, bring 'em! (I'm only half joking)..... Or make the long out and back walk over Drosgl.

The map shows rights of way across the Afon Hyddgen, but I had to take off my boots and wade across and back in the end. Feet needed a wash, tho'. Think of the Tawe at Cerrig Duon, only a lot worse.
GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
30th September 2012ce
Thanks for the info, I had suspected a river crossing, I'll make sure to go in drought conditions, i'll take the kids and use them as stepping stones, we'll find a way, did you get to the other stone further south. postman Posted by postman
30th September 2012ce
Drought conditions in Mid Wales? .... I think we're getting into the realms of fantasy now, Jones.

No, no other stones on Pumlumon. Citizen Cairn'd, me. Instead I managed to get back up Pen Pumlumon Fawr and a couple of satellites over a few of days. Seriously, you really do need to get TSC to Pumlumon when the leg's OK. He likes a big cairn or two, does he not?
GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
30th September 2012ce
Ha ! yes it would be easier to build a bridge than wait for a long break in precipitation.

I'm sure were both waiting for the leg to mend, as soon as it is we'll be off somewhere high.
postman Posted by postman
30th September 2012ce
My own right hamstring was complaining greatly, but you have to do what you can do while you can do it. Or something like that. GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
30th September 2012ce
Hey, I can hear you. Well, read you anyway. Yes, leg-mendage is very pressing, although managed to tweak it somewhat this week, despite avoiding any big hills, too many tussocks to cross on the Black Isle (although I blame the coos myself). thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
8th October 2012ce
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