|Many berries – sign of a hard winter?|
I had not been to this park for many years – not since the boys were little. I was delighted to see that it is better maintained than I remembered from years ago, and the paths have been extended. It is a delightful time of year to be walking among woodland, and the park did not disappoint us in revealing its autumn display. One tree was raining leaves as we stood and watched, but it was not possible to catch the magic of this in my photograph.
|A lovely mixture of greens|
’ö-Dzin had an acorn fall onto his hat with a loud report. We were not able to tell whether this was simply the wind, or a squirrel with a sense of humour. Good job he was wearing a leather hat!
Another aspect of the park which seems much improved since my last visit, is all the little waterways running through the site. They are clear and free-flowing, and I enjoyed the many little waterfalls. It may be that the improvements to the park are due to Friends of Parc Cefn Onn which was formed in 2010. More power to their efforts.