Swansea Ramblers Walk
Dylan Thomas, a castle,
Some standing stones
and a coastal estuary at Llangain
15th January 2011
Leader: Andrew Morgan
Andrew led a walk in Carmarthenshire in the Woodland Trust reserve at Llangain.
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Leader: Andrew Morgan
Starting off in the rain - but twelve of us turned up!
Checked to see what walk will be on next week - Bet it'll be dry!
Descending through ancient woodland
The busy Carmarthen to Llansteffan Road below us
Had to cross the road
Into Access Land with a rushing stream in the gorge
Andrew and Roger entering farmland
Been for coffee in the pub, now back into the rain!
Myrddin's Quoit standing stones
Descending back to Green Castle Woods
Stopped to let the others catch up
Then climbed again through the woodland
A lot of moss and lichen around
Back to the pub after the walk for a drink and something to eat
VIDEO: Scenes from the walk, mostly in low definition!
Ordnance Survey map of the route walked
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The route of this walk has been added to The National Museum of Wales' Peoples Collection Web site.
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Andrew Morgan 2011
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