Ramblin’ and song

This sign indicates a walking path.
This sign indicates a walking path.

The little walking person appears everywhere in North Wales. It can be pointing down a paved path.
Paved path in the village that simply takes you to a street. I guess as a walker you can just pick a direction until you find the next walker.
Paved path in the village that simply takes you to a street. I guess as a walker you can just pick a direction until you find the next walker sign.

Or a well defined path.
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Or a path that may be defined in spots and crosses through a pasture or two.[/caption]
The cat veered off as I started down this bramble path.
The cat veered off as I started down this bramble path.

This sign was seen quite a bit and often under the walking person sign.
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How about this one?
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Snapped while rambling.
Snapped while rambling.
And another...
And another…

Choral groups in Llandudno.
Choral groups in Llandudno.

Spent the night listening to very good amateur A capella choral groups. One my landlady, Sally and a friend, Liz, are in. The songs were drawn from almost all continents and in many different languages. One, as one choral member announced, was a Spanish song to be sung in French, English and the chorus members’ favorite language, ooooooh.

The two hours went by quickly; the singing was that good. There was even an audience round. (The audience was made up of choral members, friends and family.

Taking a break had us at a nearby pub and with a half pint of cider (and trying to escape the noise of an extremely boisterous group of happy men.

A highly entertaining ceilidh (Kay lee) followed. Traditional music and dancing – in this instructions were given for each dance then moves called out with with the music.

And here is the ever vocal, demanding Norfolk terrier from next door, Bindy.

Bindy let her opinion of leaving her behind be known.
Bindy let her opinion of leaving her behind be known.

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