Hen gychod a Dyffryn Cegin

Hen gychod

Ddoe es i am dro draw i Borth Penrhyn, lle roedd nifer o gychod diddorol fel yr hen gwch hwylio yn y ffoto uwch. Yna mi nes cerdded ar hyd Dyffryn Cegin, trwy Faesgeirchen ac dros Fynydd Bangor. Mae’r llwybr Dyffryn Cegin yn rhedeg ar hyd glan Afon Cegin, yr afon sy’n dihysbyddu ei hun ym Morth Penrhyn, ac trwy goedwig hyfryd.

Roedd hi’n braf efo dim ond cawodydd ysgafn o bryd yw gilydd – ‘na newid neis ar ôl wythnosau o dywydd diflas.

Sean bháid agus Gleann na Cistine

Inné chuaigh mé ag spaisteoireacht go Porth Penrhyn, cá raibh a lán báid suimiúla mar an sean bhád seoil ann an grianghraf thaobh thuas. Ansin shiúl mé feadh Dyffryn Cegin (Gleann na Cistine), trí Maesgeirchen (Páirc na Coirce) agus suas Mynydd Bangor (Sliabh Bangor). Tá cosán Dyffryn Cegin ag rith feadh Afon Cegin (Abhainn na Cistine), an abhainn atá ag folmhú í féin i Borth Penrhyn, agus trí coillearnach álainn.

Bhí sé go breá le níl ach tóg cith o ám go hám – sin athrú deas i ndiaidh go leor seachtain le drochaimsir.

Old boats and the Cegin Valley

Yesterday I went for a walk over to Porth Penrhyn, where there were lots of interesting boats like the old sailing boat in the photo above. Then I walked along the Cegin Valley, through Maesgeirchen and over Bangor Mountain. The path along the Cegin Valley runs along the banks of the River Cegin, which empties itself at Porth Penrhyn, and through some lovely woodland.

It was fine with only occasional showers – a nice change after weeks of pretty unpleasant weather.

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