Enjoying toasted marshmallows at Caerphilly Mountain Ranch.
We discovered this new adventure park recently and loved the outdoor environment. There’s so much space to run, discover and explore, and there’s even a tumble hill for the children to roll down. It really was our type of place to visit for a great day out!
Always seeking adventures……
The warm weather is on its’ way! We found this gorgeous little creature hiding in sticks, while we were on a walk. It’s great to see the changing of the season, and wildlife starting to show themselves again.
This was taken at the wonderful photography session from the BlogOnCymru conference in Cardiff this weekend. Thank you to the organisers for a lovely day.
Having a whale of a time……
….sorry I couldn’t resist.
This may seem like an odd choice for My Sunday Photo, but I thought I’d give it a go.
Strangely, this is one of my favourite roads to travel on. It’s a road in Brecon, which goes through the most wonderful landscape. It’s the one and only road, so there are no houses, buildings and traffic lights. I normally see plenty of sheep and wild horses and, this week, I think we spotted a Kite circling in the clear blue sky.
A simple road in Brecon, but I love it. It’s peaceful and the views are breathtaking.
I think we need to remember more of these little simple things in life.
Our view from Corn Ddu, looking along the ridge towards Pen Y Fan.
Our first snowy day!
This taken was taken at Afon Argoed, which is a brilliant bike route in Wales. We did it twice that day and, with a 500 metre uphill at the start, I was very happy to see the mini bus at the end!
I have just come back from a Duke of Edinburgh training weekend and this was the way I had to walk each morning to where the conference was running.
Plas y Brenin is an outdoor adventure centre set deep in the heart of Snowdonia. One of the most beautiful places I have ever been to and I don’t think this photo shows the true and full beauty of the area.
I couldn’t have asked for a more breath-taking place to stay.
Taken at Sgwd yr Eira waterfalls in the Brecon Beacons. This amazing waterfall is very special as you can walk behind the waterfalls to continue on your walk. We had to suit up head to toe in our waterproofs and we still got soaked!
A beautiful part of the country and makes me feel very lucky that I live in Wales.
This was linked in with My Sunday Photo:
Is there anything better for an outdoor worker than sitting in a warm mini bus in the beautiful Brecon countryside, enjoying a flask full of freshly homemade Cawl made by a lovely husband.
A random photo to share…..yes, but this little sign on the back of a workman’s van made me laugh out loud! I found it very funny, gave us a smile before we went for a rainy walk and I wanted to share the humour.
I have always loved random surprises you see in a day if you keep your eyes peeled!