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Dyffryn Mymbyr

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Dyffryn Mymbyr (Stone Circle) by GLADMAN The stone had a little bit of 'wiggle'.... apologies for the technical jargon... but not that much, suggesting a reasonably deep setting.
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
15th November 2012ce
Edited 15th November 2012ce
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Comments (5)

Stop dunking that stone, postie and tsc i'd take your swimming trunks. bladup Posted by bladup
15th November 2012ce
I'm off up town for an underwater camera, or a bag full of sponges postman Posted by postman
16th November 2012ce
and some scuba gear! I was thinking Gladman said he only walked around the perimeter of the circle, so you and tsc will be the first ones in the circle. bladup Posted by bladup
16th November 2012ce
I'm bringing my wellies, despite their uselessness for walking anywhere much in.

We'll report back unless we drown. Perhaps we'll turn up in a few hundred years, black and peatified like one of those bog bodies.
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
16th November 2012ce
No we'd come looking in the next week or two, so at least you know your bodies wouldn't get like rubber [unless you'd like us to leave you to get like rubber?], The first tma bog bodies eh. You can get some decent wellies nowadays [you need a good sole], They're handy down here sometimes because of the way the rainwater sits on the granite. bladup Posted by bladup
16th November 2012ce
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