Swansea Ramblers Walk
9th November 2013
Leader: Myra Lewis
A winter stroll through the National Trust park at Dinefwr. Myra led us in early summer through bluebells here in Dinefwr and this winter walk showed us the changes in the landscape with the seasons.
Swansea walking and Gower walks may be part of what we do but we also venture over to other areas in South Wales where we can enjoy a good walk. Afterwards, of course, we went for refreshments in The White Horse in Llandeilo where we could warm up and socialise even more.
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Leader: Myra Lewis
Following the Heron Trail
No herons but sometimes we see swans here
The River Towy is home to otters
Can be a bit wet in these meadows
The Towy Valley
Paxton's Tower in the distance
No bluebells today!
A winter landscape
Full of its own beauty
Made it to the castle
Lovely area to stop and take in the view
We're above that first lake
An abandoned church but still the last resting place of the Dinefwr family
Back into the White Horse in Llandeilo
Ordnance Survey map of the route walked
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Andrew Morgan 2013
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