Really enjoyed visiting Aberglasney to see David Cowdry’s new exhibition. It was wonderful as usual and there were many paintings that I just wanted to tuck under my arm and bring home!
Jim’s favourite painting.
I didn’t have a chance to photograph my favourite painting as David was busy chatting to friends in the doorway to the room where the beautiful woodland scene and owl was on display. Never mind , I’m going back to see the exhibition again before the end of the week as it’s too good to miss!
It was time again for another walk with Walk Well Carmarthenshire. The walk was around Carmel Woods where there was a whole meadow, purple with field scabious. It was a delightful walk in the august sunshine with interesting folk, who explained some of the history of the site, including use of the lime kilns.
We’ve had the family staying for a holiday and our grandson likes to visit the seaside….so do I!
Llanstephan is the place to go. There’s a beautiful beach, with perfect sand castle building sand, a castle, a tea room and a fish and chip wagon….what’s not to like!
The castle also has amazing views over the estuary and the best roly poly hill in the world…so says the grandson!
Next stop was a day walking around Garn Goch- an iron age hill fort- just 20 minutes drive from home.
There are two forts at Garn Goch and the remains of the walls are still to be seen and they are breathtaking!
Even after all this hill walking , the grandson still had energy to run all the way round our field and back again!
Just a reminder to visit David’s exhibition.