Been a while since I added more photos to the photo section so put a couple more pages up! Photos from a trip out to the waterfalls and gunpowder works down at Pontneddfechan can be found here and pictures from a day’s walking survey up on Carreg Goch common can be found here.
Hope you enjoy!
Thank you all for your visits and I appreciate every comment you’ve left :)
Hope you’ve enjoyed reading my posts and thoughts, will be adding more articles very soon along with a WordPress tips section and the Archaeological Music bit!
Just a short one to mention I’ve been asked to blog for a couple of other sites – I’ll provide more information when I know more! It’s defnintely exciting stuff! I never thought I’d be asked to write articles for other poeple but I’m oviously doing something right on here…
Thanks to all of you who have been reading, ‘liking’, sharing and commenting on my posts – you are awesome!
Just for a little bit more shameless self promotion I have set up a Facebook page to share information about projects within the Brecon Beacons, spread news about world archaeology and express opinions on slightly loony fringe ideas – I do so love them!
As it often does in Wales, it’s raining. Properly raining – not just a little bit of drizzle here and there but a full on precipitous flood. That’s the situation in the valley – we haven’t ventured onto the Black Mountain today as it is almost guaranteed that the rain will be combined with a deadly cold, almost gale force, wind.
A day in the office, however, does give me a chance to update the CALCH fieldwork diary with information about the work done on the mountain on Wednesday and Thursday (I had Thursday off), so keep an eye out and enjoy reading about our mountain top lime project!
Be sure to check out the shiny new heritage section on the new version of the Brecon Beacons National Park website – it’s pretty nifty and includes some pretty pictures (and I’m not just saying that because I took some of them, honest!!)