Last day and we are heading home - seemed a shame though not to take it gently and see what we could spot on the way. Approaching Barmouth Cerrig Arthur appeared on the map. It looked reasonably close to the road and as all the walking gear was packed this was definitely a point in its favour. The road was narrow. Very narrow and very short of passing places. Mercifully we didn't meet anything as we wended our way up the mountain to the end of the line where there was plenty of room to park.
Very nice friendly people they guided us to our very destination and we spent some time chatting to them. Time very well spent as it happens as they mentioned a burial chamber nearby that we should visit... so we did. Back to the circle first though. Three conspicuous stones surrounded by others that may or may not be part of the circle. In the background stands Cader Idris, claimed to be Arthur's seat.
Time to inch back down, again praying we didn't meet anything! Lunch and then back to Dyffryn Ardudwy. This was another mind blowing location. Just off the busy main road it could have been in the middle of nowhere surrounded by mature oak trees and a thick carpet of acorns ( one or two of which just might have come home with me!)
Originally a stone covered mound it now survives as two well preserved dolmens, one of which has some strange carved lines on one of the uprights.