The forcast for today was hopeless, so we abandoned the planned walk through the entire Glyders to Bethesda and opted for a short walk on our last day so as atleast to get on top on last time before the weather closed in.
When we got to the top we met a nice old chap who had just dropped his missus off at Manchester airport for a break with 'the girls' in Barcelona' and he had legged it accross to get some hills in before they got back....must have been 70ish Id guess.
Anyway, the weather never broke all dday....and would have been perfect for the Glyders route we had planned. damn you Met office
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