#SundayStills ~ Let’s Go Walking #Paths #Trails

Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt.


This week is all about paths and trails.

This path leads up to Conwy Castle in North Wales


Also in North Wales, this hike was quite challenging

A friend and I were staying with our friend who lives outside Boston, Mass. This is one of the places she took us to, I think we may have strayed into New Hampshire.

Some of the trails on Conwy Mountain. It’s beautiful up there when the heather is in bloom.

One of my favourite places – Lyme Regis on the Jurassic coast.

On the left a pathway we walked often at our previous house, and on the right part of the pretty Somerset town of Dunster.

Thia pathway leads to the Lizard Lighthouse and Heritage Centre in Cornwall.


29 thoughts on “#SundayStills ~ Let’s Go Walking #Paths #Trails

  1. I love all of these, Cathy! Isn’t it nice to be able to experience trails just about everywhere? That path in North Wales does look steep. I love the trails through the heather–gorgeous! Thanks for sharing these for Sunday Stills this week!

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  2. Totally stunning, Cathy. You are making me homesick for the UK. There is just so much beauty there. I loved Wales; we went every year on our summer holidays. And, I went to school in Lyme Regis and holidayed often in beautiful Cornwall when I was older. Thank you for these lovely memories!

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    1. Thanks so much, Val. I love Lyme Regis, I was down there all the time when we lived in Somerset, Cornwall too and there are so many fabulous walks in Wales. I’m glad you enjoyed the photos 🙂


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