Wednesday, 26 October 2011
CAMP 'lluest' CADWALLON once known as Beacon Ring at CEFN DIGOLL a Place For WELSH 'Patriot' OUTLAWS OLD and NEW?
Cadwallon ap Cadfan (died 634) was the King of Gwynedd from around 625 until his death in battle. The son and successor of Cadfan ap Iago, he is best ...
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27 Oct 2010 – The Battle of Cefn Digoll, also known as the Battle of the Long Mynd, was a battle fought at Long Mountain near Welshpool, Powys, in 630. ...
27 May 2011 – I'R GAD: Welsh Medieval Battlefields Campaign.: May 10, 2008 ... TheBattle of Cefn Digoll, also known as the Battle of the Long Mynd, ..
Leave the Pheasants alone, be mindfull they hang poachers in Powys.
You will note that wood tent frames have been constructed by 'Outlaws', all you have to do if you want to spend a night is have a good suitable water proof cover to sling over and peg down and you have a tent. No fires so take food by other means than by cooking, photo below is of a previous Gwerin Owain Weekend Camp in a Welsh Woodland, location will remain anonymous for a verity of reasons. As you will see Gwerin Owain want none of the 'soft' Camp Corris stuff beloved by BC 'whimps' fearing to get their Cilts frayed and Drumskins damp.
JUST DON'T LOOK UP - YES IT'S E"R.
So You Know Where To Take A Pee? Am sure Welsh Outlaws would have no problems with that!
9 Sep 2010 – INTRODUCTION TO WELSH OUTLAWS: Adar y Griem, Gwerin Owain and '
Banditti Cambria'. . I have warned and warned but to no avail, ...