Today is the last day of my holiday, and with the chores piling up and time running out, I decided today to take a brief meander to look at some rocks that form my view when I'm washing up.
Now the area known as Creigiau'r Cadeirydd, or Chairman's rocks, has long been known as a bit of an explorer's dead end, complying to Craine's 1st law they are nothing like they look from the village.
I started at James' Wall and quested up in the general direction of Chairman's, and discovered these cool things:
A yellow and black horsefly thing, that sang whilst resting on a rock.
A flooded vertical mineshaft that looked like an evil well, in the back of a carved gorge.
A very pretty holly tree, lots for the treehuggers up here.
A passable hvs/E1 ish project. Abet 25ft high.
A couple of boulder problem's just of the Llanberis path
That my camera had no batteries in it.
My Wife and Son, out for a walk.
Life is alright a lot of the time.
Cliffs below, cliffs above. By Stevie Haston.
20 hours ago