We are back in the living room in Porthmadog with a favourite view.
This morning we set off around Llyn Bach on a favourite Tremadog circuit.
Above - Ted by Llyn Bach with Moel-y-Gest in the background.
Below - Ted's view.
Autumnal colours were great today.
Sue identified a 'new' fungus - Hairy Curtain Crust - on lots of old trees and stumps.
That was on our sunny 6km stroll around Llyn Bach to Tremadog, returning through the woods to forage supplies from Tesco then spend a similar sum on coffee and cake in the Portmeirion café opposite the supermarket.
There were fine views over Llyn Bach to Cnicht and the Moelwyns - very tempting but out of reach today.
Here's the 6km route.
After finishing off last night's kedgeree for lunch, a second 8km stroll via Borth-y-Gest provided good afternoon entertainment, especially after trying to leave the caravan site beyond the Mud and Sand bay, by a path that is incorrectly marked on the map. A dog walker came to our rescue after we got entangled in a forest of briars and were forced to retrace our steps.
Here are a couple of snaps from Borth-y-Gest and 'Mud and Sand.
Apart from that entanglement, a lovely 8km circuit. Here's the route.