Wool, Wiltshire and All Manner of Wonderful Things!

Moments of Tranquility in Rhaeder Gwy (Rhayader, Wales). In Welsh the name means Waterfall on the Wye.

The view from the B&B where we stayed. Our companions here

A Chaffinch

and Red Kites.

Sights to heal the soul.


Comments on: "Silent Sunday- June 2019" (22)

  1. How nice!! Looks like a wonderful place to be!

  2. Murtagh's Meadow said:


  3. Steph said:

    How beautiful!

  4. Perfect summer scenery… I can send you some of our black kites if you like? They’re as common as anything and the crows don’t get a look in if there’s something tasty (ie, dead) in the road.

    • I think I like to watch them in flight rather than thinking about their diet!! Just watching them on the thermals, as a real delight.

  5. Looks very peaceful, I love seeing the red kites flying over our house

  6. Beautiful, soul-blest place.
    So glad you’ve loved yourselves a bit!
    🥰 🥰

  7. What a lovely scenic place to stay! We get red kites overhead here especially after the fields have been cut. They often get ‘mobbed’ by crows so don’t stay around too long, but they are a truly awesome sight.

    • There is a red kite feeding site a few miles away from Dolifer and that encouraged them in great quantities . So lovely to see.

  8. Just right – there is something so uplifting about seeing a Red Kite overhead. ❤

  9. What a beautiful spot, looks like a perfect place for a relaxing weekend. Jenny x

  10. Looks exquisite 🙂

  11. Oh, good–you got a lovely spot to relax. I hope all is well . . .

  12. Looks like a delightful spot. I’m glad your soul got some much needed healing. x x

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