Helen (heleninwales) wrote,

A walk by the lake

We hadn't been up here since July last year, but as the restrictions had been lifted a little so we could "stay local" rather than "stay at home", last Thursday I drove the few miles from home to the car park by the lakes and walked beside the lakes until I met my husband who had walked all the way from our house.

This is one of my most favourite places, so bleak and so beautiful.

Cregennen Lake / Llyn Cregennen

I didn't get much further along the track before I met G coming the other way. We walked back to the car park together.

The furthest point of the walk

As of yesterday, the rules have been relaxed even further and we can go where we like in Wales, as long as we don't leave the country and venture across the border into England. However, we'll still be staying local for the moment, though we'll now be able to drive more than 5 miles before starting a walk.

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