Today's section of the Offa's Dyke path was not one that I was particularly inspired by as it is entirely flat, mostly alongside a river and a canal, with no hills to climb. However most long distance paths seem to have their less good days, and at least I should be able to make quick progress :)
I felt much better this morning after a good night's sleep and, after a big breakfast, I was raring to go! The overnight rain had yet to clear completely so I was wearing full waterproofs when I set off walking at 8:15am. I retraced my steps from yesterday for around 100m, before picking up the Montgomery Canal towpath.
|Pont-y-Person: where the Offa's Dyke Path leaves the canal|
|Offa's Dyke south of Four Crosses|
|River Severn from the Tirymynach Embankment|
|Lone blackthorn tree|
|Breidden Hills from Tirymynach Embankment|
|Montgomery Canal near Welshpool|
Photos and route maps will follow in the next few days...