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Garn Wen / Image by cerrig

What's the 'providence' for the circle Cerrig? Aware there is a 'second cairn' nearby, but..... GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
16 Oct 21ce

Carn Wen, Llanwrthwl / Image by GLADMAN

If I recall correctly it wasn't particularly memorable, but it's rude not to drop in if you're in the neighbourhood. Posted by cerrig
15 Oct 21ce

Tammaskirk / Image by wideford

You're providing some great info and pics sir :-) drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
15 Oct 21ce

Waulud's Bank / Image by Zeb

Yeah, good one, that
GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
12 Oct 21ce

Carn Wen, Llanwrthwl / Image by GLADMAN

Yeah, very good area indeed.... still haven't seen Carn Pantmaenllwyd, either. GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
12 Oct 21ce

Waulud's Bank / Image by Zeb

Very nice. ryaner Posted by ryaner
12 Oct 21ce

Carn Wen, Llanwrthwl / Image by GLADMAN

You certainly get about, Gladman. This is a great area for hilltop sites. I haven't been to this one and may never get there so thanks for making the effort and sharing it. Much appreciated. Posted by cerrig
12 Oct 21ce

England / News by thesweetcheat

That looks nice. I will have a play. It will keep me quiet this evening. Thanks thelonious Posted by thelonious
08 Oct 21ce

Carn Fawr, Craig Twrch (Cynwyl Gaeo) / Image by GLADMAN

Haha. More like 'make every one count since each one of these seems to get progressively harder'. This one's not even on the Megalithic Portal... but then most of the other sites in the area aren't either, so terra-incognita GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
06 Oct 21ce

Carn Fawr, Craig Twrch (Cynwyl Gaeo) / Image by GLADMAN

Admiration for your bloodyminded dedication continues spencer Posted by spencer
05 Oct 21ce

Rubh' an Truisealaich / Fieldnotes by drewbhoy

I did get to the site overlooking the house tho :-) drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
04 Oct 21ce

Rubh' an Truisealaich / Fieldnotes by drewbhoy

That's cool. GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
04 Oct 21ce

Carn Wen (Cynwyl Gaeo) / Image by GLADMAN

Goodness knows why it's called White Cairn? GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
04 Oct 21ce

Lineover / Image by thesweetcheat

Nice looking barrow and my favourite weather, nice one SC :-) drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
04 Oct 21ce

Carn Wen (Cynwyl Gaeo) / Image by GLADMAN

Very nice, great views! drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
04 Oct 21ce

Carn Fawr, Craig Twrch (Cynwyl Gaeo) / Image by GLADMAN

Ha. We've all had days/trips like that. Dry between the drops. thelonious Posted by thelonious
03 Oct 21ce

Lineover / Image by thesweetcheat

Good to have places like this. Always something new as the seasons change. thelonious Posted by thelonious
03 Oct 21ce

Carn Fawr, Craig Twrch (Cynwyl Gaeo) / Image by GLADMAN

Well, some of the weather was...... GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
03 Oct 21ce

Lineover / Image by thesweetcheat

Haha! This was just before New Year, that's how far behind I am. This site became very important to me last year, visiting it through the seasons helped me keep sane. thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
03 Oct 21ce

Carn Fawr, Craig Twrch (Cynwyl Gaeo) / Image by GLADMAN

Very nice cairn. Your weather's good too. thelonious Posted by thelonious
03 Oct 21ce

The Mother's Jam / Image by thesweetcheat

I had a day in the office last week, first time after 18 months of working from home. It was nice to see my team, but I'm more productive at home (ironically I'm less often distracted at home than in the office).

Yes, planning is good. Hoping we can get further afield next year.

Same to you my friend :)
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
03 Oct 21ce

Lineover / Image by thesweetcheat

Snow! I'm off to put my heating on after looking at this :-) thelonious Posted by thelonious
03 Oct 21ce

The Mother's Jam / Image by thesweetcheat

I know what you mean, tricky isn't it. Nice to get out to sites again but more folk about still than usual. Train back from Inverness last Monday was busy.

We're doing OK here thanks. Apart from Orkney/Shetland trip we haven't been anywhere too far. Just hiding away on local Tumps that no one goes to. We both went back to work last week for the first time in 18 months. Very nervous but it was OK. Just good to be away from my house for a bit!

Hopefully everything will keep heading in the right direction and we can all plan for further away trips now without the question mark over if it will happen. I love planning. Keeps me going through the winter months.

Glad you are getting out and about.
Keep happy :-)
Ben
thelonious Posted by thelonious
03 Oct 21ce

The Mother's Jam / Image by thesweetcheat

It feels more normal, but I can't help but feel people are being too casual. Trains and buses feel a little scarier than earlier in the year. But it's good to be able to go places, even if we haven't been out of England and Wales!

Hope all is well with you both. Been enjoying all your recent posts.
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
03 Oct 21ce

The Mother's Jam / Image by thesweetcheat

It can mean more if you only get it for a while.

Hope everything's good down there with you. Things feeling more normal again, getting out and about?
thelonious Posted by thelonious
03 Oct 21ce
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