First off if you are a reader from Casey’s blog, We Took the Road Less Traveled, and have come here by way of Essentials for a Country Walk, thank you for stopping by! Today I continue our recap from our 10th Anniversary in Wales.
It is our first full day in Dollegau and we took the first part of the day fairly easy by exploring the town and taking all the kids to the park. Ryan really wanted to do more exploring, so despite the looming dark clouds he got me out of the house for some alone time. It was a good thing we had waterproof shoes and rain jackets for we got rained during the walk back. However the rain only enhanced our experience in the picturesque countryside of Wales. Between all the wild life I got on camera (minus the deer that leaped out into the road…it was too quick!) and the beautiful backdrops it was as if we had stumbled into our own fairytale. When you are celebrating ten years of marriage what else could you possibly ask for?
It always astounds me how much of a work out a simple country walk can be and how hot it can get with my wardrobe choices. So when it decided to pour down rain on us, i actually welcomed the cool rain with open arms. Seeing the really dark clouds and many electrical lines we decided to do an impromptu run back to our bed and breakfast. I loved every second of it and so glad that Ryan convinced me to a pre dinner country walk. It become one of my most favourite and cherished memories from our trip. I hope you enjoy the photos!
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