Wednesday, 3 November 2010
Autumn in the Elan Valley
Autumnal colours this year seem to be SO beautiful. I was going to post last Saturday's walk, but I will leave that for tomorrow and share with you instead the autumn scenery from the Elan Valley, near Rhayader in mid-Wales. The first dams were opened in 1904, with Claerwen being opened in 1952, one of the first jobs for our then new Queen. They supply Birmingham with water. Words are superfluous . . .
P.S. The boys had their "op" yesterday, spent the night in the shower room, wrecked the joint overnight and are now outside hurtling around like they're on Speed and you would never know anything had been done to them!