When does summer stop and autumn finish? Well for this blog I’ve decided September is the first month of autumn. It marks the back-to-school time, the end of summer holidays, the beginning of longer nights and looking more closely at the weather to see if you’re going to get a walk in, in decent weather. So I’ve cut a couple of walks from an earlier post, and included them here and will run this post through to the end of November.
Waterfalls, waterfalls – a walk near Ystradfellte with Roger & Karen [September 1st]
Llantrisant Forest & The Ridgeway – the first walk of autumn, or the last of the summer, with Roger [September 7th]
Whitchurch to The Bay – the first walk of the year Jenny did with Cardiff Ramblers [September 14th]
Beacons Ring from nr. Blaen-y-glyn – Roger & I did the walk (in reverse) that Chris & I had planned to do earlier in the summer [September 15th]
Beside the Spey in the wet – DeeJay and I had a few days in the campervan (#duettovan) on Speyside and this was the longest walk we completed [October 2nd]
“The Dramble” – This was an alcoholic walk. Taking in the seven distilleries around Dufftown. Unfortunately I was only able to sip and then pass on the drams to DeeJay, as I had to drive to our next stop! [October 3rd]