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You seem to have a knack for finding these lovely ruins! ( As well as taking photos of them of course!)
You have a Boxer! I love them! I have a Boxer too, and I’ve loved them since I was kid and I’ve had Boxers for 20 years. 🙂 Smooches to your dog!
Hi – thank you very much! Yes I was born into a Boxer family and I’ve never been without one since! In fact I did actually have two at the same time once, when I bred a litter of puppies and kept one of them. They are such characters……
NICE! What was the purpose of the conical shaped building?
Oh, how very cool to have things like that near you! I wish we did! Love the photos! 😉
It’s a great castle – I first went there as a kid on a family holiday.
Another North Wales castle missing from my collection – great photos and p[rompt to pay this one a visit
wow–that first photo looks like the proverbial castle we all made while at the beach!
Nice castle, you feel like taking out the small knights and warriors from the children’s box and put them there 😀
Another lovely castle ruin!
Love visiting ruins! Thanks for the virtual tour to the castle!
great stuff. can you get there after dark and do some light painting?
Thanks for letting me camp out in your blog this morning. I enjoyed your work, had a great time, and tried to leave my campsite as clean as when I arrived.
The sign of a true wild camp expert, hope you found the facilities to your standard and dont forget to leave your camp fees before you leave 😉 thanks for the visit Russell
Camp fees?!!! You have camp fees! lol
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