Monaughty Powys Wales
When I first started this blog, I didn’t really know what to write about. Being a humorous sort of person, most of my first posts where aimed at telling a funny story. I’m not sure if it worked or not. I suppose the evolution of my blogging turned into all things I love to do, photography, drawing, playing guitar and blogging itself. And so it is, my blog is turning into all the things I love which is what I think a blog should be. I hope you enjoy these musings as much as I love writing about them. Anyway, back to this post.
A Gentle Walk
These photographs are from a walk we did back in June. The place is called Monaughty and is situated on the A488 and B4356. From what I can tell, there is a Grade II listed building, a couple of smaller buildings and a phone box. The rest seems to be made up of this beautiful partly wooded area with views to die for.I think the walk was about 1 and a half miles in total. It’s a loop and although the initial start and finish is on the steep side, the rest of the walk is pretty flat. Pretty being the word as the views up there are something to behold. There’s also the added benefit of seeing quite a variety of bird life.
Scenery As Far As The Eye Can See
At times like this, it’s very difficult to understand when they say we are over crowded as a country. You can see for miles and there is nothing but green fields, trees, hills, blue sky and more fields. It costs nothing either, to walk up and enjoy this scenery. There’s knowing too, that all this walking is keeping me as fit as possible both physically and spiritually.
The area we walked is open to anyone, you don’t need permission, so if you’re ever in the region of Monaughty and in the mood for a very pleasant walk, then feel free to enjoy.
I’ve added a Google map of the walk. The car park is a lay-by with plenty of room. Just be careful crossing the road as it’s on a bend. We started at point 1 and made our way through the various markers until the finish.[flexiblemap src=”https://sillyoldsod.com/maps/monaughtywalk2.kml” maptype=”hybrid” center=”52.3103861111, -3.11210277778″ kmlcache=”90 minutes” width=”100%”]
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