The One Where I actually leave the village

…for something else other than hospital/midwife appointments.

And Mam Bach did it feel good. A bit weird, if I’m honest. But good. I can’t remember the last time the 4 of us were in the car all together?! It’s funny how you forget the small things…like how Robb plugs his ipods in as soon as his bum hits the seat…and how Alf has to have the back window open with his hand sticking out because he feels a bit sick…and looks very miserable with it too as he just hates having to go anywhere in the car. He moans if he has to go to Corwen, honestly. I always tell a white lie and knock some time off the “How long do I have to be in the car for?” question. Something else I forgot all about was Paul’s driving…especially over the tops to Llangynog…at one point I thought I was going to have to stick my hand out of my window…

45 minutes later (or 20 to Alf), we arrived at Pistyll Rhaeadr. Being our first “day out” since the pandemic rules have been eased, obviously I/we forgot to pack our face masks. But we weren’t planning on getting too close to anyone. Luckily for us, it wasn’t busy there. We managed to get some pics at the bridge at the bottom, walk up and around to the top of the waterfall as well as a visit to the café without any social distancing problems, phew!

Here’s some pics…

Diolch Pistyll Rhaeadr, you were just what we needed…and still as beautiful.

Where did you head to on your first day out when the rules were eased?

8 thoughts on “The One Where I actually leave the village

  1. I did a coastal path walk for my first outing, Dartmoor was tempting but everyone went there so I decided on a quieter spot. If you know your areas then you can find quiet parts away from the crowds

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