I have been upping my walking distance recently, from the usual 3 miles to 5 or 6. I have to say, though my legs are glad to stop, I have enjoyed myself so much and after a rest, am raring to go and do another (shorter) walk. On Friday I looked at our local map and decided to go exploring on a nice downhill (most of the way) ramble which would take me from near Horeb to home, but exploring a lane the other side of the main Brechfa road.
The view looking South.
View S-W across the Brechfa road.
Lleche Cist - noted in one of my books as a stone row, but possibly a small stone circle, as there is supposedly another stone nearby.
Looking N towards Llanllwni Mountain.
I managed to catch this lamb at just the right moment.
The wilderness at the side of the road. Very poor quality land, sour and only good for wildlife.
Llanllwni Mountain and Brechfa Forest in the distance.
A determined lamb about to have a feed.
The view in front of me as I headed home.