Sun 30th May
Yesterday my daughter, Pinkle and I walked in the Glyders, according to mapometer it was 17km with 1939m of acsent which I suspect isnt correct. It was a really wonderful day although quite windy at times visability was really good. We didnt get there until 11.30 and the laybys and carparks were completely chocca.
The great news is that the fellow who is leading us on Sat for the welsh 3,000s walk says it shouldnt take anything like 24 hours. Im really relieved personally Id prefer to walk quickly if poss although might change my tune next week. In readiness for the walk Ive been trying to walk slowly lol, hopfully wont need to now.
Yesterday's walk took us around 5 hours but we obviously messed around loads and walking with Pink on a lead in that environment is a big challenge.
Me with the snowdon horseshoe in background
Sprog on the cantilever stone.
To the left you can see Tryfan, lots of folk were jumping from Sion a Sian or Adam and Eve
Always energy left for cartwheels