The legend of King Arthur has been discussed for over 800 years since Geoffrey of Monmouth’s 12th century History of the Kings Of Britain. The National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth is one of the main centers of Arthurian studies today. Last year they showcased an exhibit of ancient Aruthian texts in Welsh, Latin, French, Cornish and English. October 2018 and May of 2019 Wild Wales Walkabouts will be leading the way on an eight day hiking search for this Legendary Warrior!
The daffodils are still blooming around the nation of Wales and the wild primrose are out, a sure sign of spring. Soon to come will be the carpets of bluebells throughout the woodland floors. Next month at the world Famous Bodnant Gardens the Azaleas will be in full bloom followed by the Laburnum Arch designed by Henry Piochin in 1882. A hundred and thirty six years later the 55 meter long archway attracts bees from up to eighty miles away! Last year it bloomed on the third