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edmundrachel



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PostSubject: The shortest, but most interesting walk ever.   Thu May 14, 2015 5:32 am

Was this the shortest Caernarfon and Dwyfor Ramblers walk ever. About a mile and it took us over two hours! Over thirty people joined us for this special walk around historic Clynnog. Our members were augmented by local people, who had heard about this special walk. The Vicar of Clynnog Rev'd Lloyd Jones assisted Margaret in describing what was before our eyes. Signs of ancient peoples, who inhabited this place and then down through the ages to this present times. The Cromlech was special, many of us had never visited it before, it is hidden from the road as you drive past. On to St Bueno's Well recently restored to it full glory. Then on to the Church the Cathedral of the Llyn Peninsular. True to his promise the Vicar Lloyd showed things that the public never do like access to the rood screen Concerts are superb In St Bueno's as there is a lovely echoing acoustic. Lloyd has promised to circulate the Ca/Dw Ramblers, when the next one comes along. A fascinating afternoon, thanks Margaret for setting it up and Vicar Lloyd for his insider knowledge.
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