Friday, 1 July 2016

Llangors Lake

Not National Trust  -

well, we thought a walk around a lake would make a change
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Boating is enjoyed here


and there was wildlife ...

(can you see the horse?)















 ...and everything gets explained to a lurcher!


the disturbing thing is, he seems to listen and understand!


The sign says "No Overnight Parking"
perhaps it should read "Scatching Post"

The horses roam freely here - they are from the local riding school



thankfully they can't get out onto main roads because there's a cattle grid
at the entrance to the Lake





~ a lovely place for a visit - yes, it's on our list ~



13 comments:

  1. The dog is incredible.

    Another beautiful place. So unique with the horses around too. Thank you for sharing it.

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    1. Yes, he is incredible and don't we know it! lol.

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    1. It is. First time we've been there and we were pleasantly surprised.

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  3. A lovely spot to enjoy my morning tea. Thanks for sharing your gorgeous photos

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    1. Well I like to provide something for you to look at during your cuppa CJ, lol ;)

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  4. Did William chase the 'wildlife'? The ducks looked like they use the exercise! ;)

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    1. We kept him on the lead, just in case he had a vision of duck and orange sauce! lol

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  5. It's a lovely place, you must have loved it with the horses being there. William is taking it all in :)

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    1. Yes, it was nice to have the horses wandering around like that. Didn't speak to any of them, best left on their own or they could become a nuisance to visitors there (but I would have loved to have given them a stroke).

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  6. Very beautiful place!

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    1. It was very nice there Judy, peaceful.

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  7. I would LOVE to go on walks around there - and to top it off - maybe the Lurcher would come with me. I really enjoyed these photos!

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