Tuesday, 19 July 2011

A is for Aber for ABC Wednesday

A is for Aberystwyth in Ceredigion -WAles And A tribute to ABC Wednesday which is on its ninth round of fun and games - you must visit.

It wAs A glorious sunny dAy,we hAd A dAy to SpAre,so whAt could be more therApeutic thAn A wAlk in WAles.

Boots And geArwere hAstily pAcked into the cAr-And Away we went, cAlling at the Dyfi Osprey sit on the wAy up.

We spent An hour or so here - wAlking round the reed beds And hides - I've Added the web Address for Anyone interested - blogger refused to let me Add A link!www.montwt.co.uk - below is A little clip from the site.

About the Dyfi Osprey Project
The Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust are pleased to announce that for the first time in over 400 years, ospreys are breeding in the Dyfi valley, on the Trust's Cors Dyfi Nature Reserve. After many close calls during the last two years, our male osprey, 'Monty' has finally managed to attract a female. This osprey has a ring on her right leg - she is a 2008 bird from a Rutland Water nest - we've called her 'Nora'! After 16 days of frantic courtship behaviours our Dyfi pair laid their ever first egg on Easter Monday - 25th April. A second came three days later 28th April and a final egg on 1st May.
On Sunday 5th June, at 1:10pm, the first osprey chick began to make its way into the world. Within two hours, the first chick had emerged, closely watched by proud parents Monty & Nora. The second chick finally struggled free of the egg at 6:35am on Monday 6th June, leaving the third to burst forth on Tuesday 7th June!

We drove on to our destinAtion A little coAstAl villAge cAlled ClArAch BAy- ApproximAtely one And A hAlf miles from Aber.

The wAlk wAs steep to begin with And the sun hot - but soon we begAn to cAtch the seA breezes

We reAched the top of Constitution Hill And gAzed down on the VictoriAn houses Along the seA front

Aber hAs its own electric cliff rAilwAy for rAilwAy buffs And weAry trAvellers - it dAtes bAck to 1896.

The journey down wAS fun

pAssing the second rAilway cAr coming bAck up

Everyone wAving frAnticAlly As you do!

On Arrival we mAde our wAy Along the promenAde drinking in the Atmosphere of the little town

A greAt dAy lots of sunshine A return trip up the hill on the trAin - Another wAlk Across the cliff tops to ClArAch BAy - All downhill this time!

A lAst look bAck - And then on for a stop off for supper At the Kerry LAmb

An Absolutely Action-pAcked Adventure !!


  1. I especially love the train shots!

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

  2. Such a beautiful way to spend a day. I love the train ride and the vistas are georgous.

  3. Thanks for taking us with you on this beautiful adventure through your photographs.

  4. Your photos are lovely, I enjoyed my journey with you today.

  5. Would love to walk that narrow path.

  6. Just look how blue that sea is!
    Jane x

  7. Oh what a beautiful place!

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  8. It looks absolutely awesome! I would love to do that walk some day...

  9. Would have loved to walk with you, what a lovely place !
    ABC team

  10. I miss the sight of the beach or ocean... we are surrounded by mountains here.

    ~ Jo's Precious Thoughts ~

  11. Your all collections are such a beautiful, and I sure you spend a day very beautifully. I like the train ride and the vistas are gorgeous.
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  12. what a lovely day for a coastal walk. Very good pictures, I like that one showing the path where your dog is going ahead of you :)

  13. For some reason I couldn't leave a comment on B is for Bus..... I was going to say...

    The wheels on the bus go round and round,
    round and round,
    round and round.
    The wheels on the bus go round and round,
    all day long.

    lol! Thanks so much for this - Tower bridge is so dramatic don't you think?
    ABC Team

  14. I'm having commenting on your B post right now...


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