Tag: walking

  • talented shareholder

    I walked the middle way from Capel Curig to Dolwyddelan for no particular reason except to be out for the count. (of the US Election!)  Paths cross and collide on that pathway a journey through a bland landscape not empty but bleak where the division between land and sky is the most prominent feature.  The […]

  • The middle way

    I imagine you walking the opposite way arriving at the marker post from the other direction. Disappearing into tussocks, sunk deep into the sodden landscape. Swallowed up or sucked down. Visible for a brief moment then gone.  Like signposts in life. A brief moment of brightness that leaves an image greying into the mists of […]

  • The twisted tree is me

    The twisted tree is me

    At first glance this tree looks quite ordinary.  Almost dead, but quite ordinary.  Perhaps a slightly more charitable assessment would be to suggest that it is clinging on to life.  It is, I hope still there, on a footpath above Trefriw up towards Llyn Geirionydd, for it is worth going to see.  There are countless […]

  • mis-guidance

    Thank-you John and Diana for a little mis-guidance on how to walk around the parish without missing things of interest.  I think i’ll start by letting someone set the start point and someone else the end point, we’ll have to see what we find in between…

  • Maundy Thursday

    We met with the young people, walked, talked awhile, then shared some food. Not too dissimilar to that last Passover of Jesus, so I wrote this in the style of John Bell and Graham Maule Eh, Jesus?

  • visitation

    A Bishop’s visitation shortly after ordination does seem a little over the top, but one cannot choose when they happen!! We actually had a reasonably interesting day walking from Llanasa to St. Asaph with Deanery clergy, the Bishop, Dean and a few others. It was good to see a bit of Wales without a car, […]