Mud, monuments, rainbows and cairns. A short loop around Mount Corrin
From heritage experience to the past alive in the landscape. A drove road, a mass rock, a neolithic copper mine and fields, a road tunnelled through rock.
From hubbub to solitude. A stone row. Climbing, climbing the hill and crossing the bog. A slippery descent.
I have created a new section on Hikelines – ‘Sketchbook Walks’. It’s a place where I will post sketches from days when I may not have been hiking but went out and about sketching.
Home along the ridge, on the horns of a dilemma, tomb with a view, lunch at Finn McCool’s.
A familiar face recognised, loughs and lookouts. Signs and signals from the past.
Walking a familiar trail, noticing things missed before, re-visiting an idyllic spot, light at end of the world.
A change of plan, in and out of the clouds, midges for lunch, losing a familiar trail
Touched by a rainbow. Slipping and sliding. A giant’s seat.
Walking home and rediscovering familiar trails. Being thankful for where I live