Llanfynydd and the Cothi Valley

With “The Navigator” whale watching in the Azores it was left to Alan Richards, well, a walk from his book, to guide us on a walk in the Llanfynydd area of Carmarthenshire.

Route

Paul and I were joined by a new retiree, Chris and his dog Daisy the latter who behaved impeccably, and the former who is still in need of training.

Despite remembering to recharge my camera it spent all day on the Welsh dresser at home.  So any photos which may appear below are through the kindness of Chris and Paul.

The route gave some excellent views of the Cothi Valley and in the far distance we could make out Carmarthen Fans and further still Pen y Fan and Corn Ddu.

Steep path out of Llanfynydd
Top of the path with views

Under foot the going was quite muddy in places, with one path described by Mr Richards as also being a waterway, he was not wrong.

Bluebells

Track leading down towards Brechfa

Bracket fungi

Gorge

Stream leading to Afon Cothi

We liked this property

Path alongside Afon Cothi
Sustainable lawn mower

Llanfynydd Church
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