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Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Rhosyfelin access

Thanks to the National Park staff and the site owners, we now have the all-clear for earth scientists to take a look at the site where all the digging has been going on.  When I spoke to the owners of the land, they of course pointed out that there is a public right of way adjacent to the large hole in the ground, but it's good to know that they have no objection to bona fide researchers looking at the WHOLE site with a view to moving mankind towards eventual enlightenment........

They didn't even want to be warned in advance of any visits people would like to make -- so that's very kind of them.

In spite of asking the NPA, I am still unclear as to whether another right of way exists to the right-hand side of the crag as seen in the above photo.

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