AND THAT’S A WRAP, LADIES AND GENTS 💃🏼 I’ve only gone and finished my second year at Exeter two blummin’ years later and I couldn’t be more buzzing (and probably neither can you cause my procrastination-induced shit chat on stories was getting severely out of hand) 🐝 Only eleven days until I board my flight to New Zealand and life couldn’t be more wonderful ❤️ Here’s to a summer of a lifetime and another fabulous year in sexy Exe-y 🎓 (Yes I’m still churning out photos from Wales don’t @ me)
We saw so many beautiful sunsets during our @visitwales
roadtrip down the Welsh coastline, but this was definitely one of the best. 🌅 #findyourepic
Spring into summer. Everything is blooming gorgeous right now!! The Brecon Beacons are greening up and bubbling out with leafy beauty. This was shot for work over at Gludy house.
We made it to the top of Wales’s highest mountain at 1,085m above sea level. Can I add professional walker to my CV?!
✨Summit of Snowdon: here, you are nearer to Heaven ✨
Beautiful little walk along the River Kent, Kendal.
A day for exploring the town...What's your favourite part?
The guide book described this pitch as "A bold and very exposed traverse" which basically means don't look down and try not to fall off or your in for a big scarry lob. Thankfully only smiles and stoke on this route!
🌊🍻Is there a better situated pub in Wales to sit and enjoy a drink on Bank Holiday weekend? Iechyd da!
Ty Coch Inn, Porthdinllaen by @rory.wooller
I went to a fab talk last night at PYB on the Archeology of sheep in Snowdonia ... I’ve been to a few over the past few months and they’re absolutely fascinating and free!.
The speaker last night told us about the sheeps habitat and mentioned a word similar to ‘hiraeth’ which is used for the sheep; cynefin ... she explained that sheep have their own part of the mountain; the farmer would never be able to relocate his flock because they’d always find their way back to their part of Snowdonia; the place they call home. The ewes pass on this information to their young and generations of sheep families have grazed on the same grass, never seeking to move or find somewhere new. I found this fascinating; they’re not really fenced in anyway but never wander far from their home soil.
I’m the human equivalent of a sheep guys! I’ll regularly wander to other parts of Snowdonia and occasionally head to other National Parks to explore, but the Glyderau and Y Garn in particular is where I feel at home ... over the years I’ve passed on my love of this mountain range to the mini mes and am now passing my love onto my granddaughter ... it’s a nice feeling to have found my own cynefin; “a place where a being feels it ought to live. It is where the nature around you feels right and welcoming” ❤️
Beautiful sunset out the back of the cottage last night 🧡