The little walking person appears everywhere in North Wales. It can be pointing down a paved path.
Or a well defined path.
Or a path that may be defined in spots and crosses through a pasture or two.[/caption]
This sign was seen quite a bit and often under the walking person sign.
How about this one?
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.