The Dry Hill

Over Moel Sych comes from 1932 which is towards the latter end of Charlie’s written output. But clearly he has not lost any of his enthusiasm for cycling, or writing.

Interestingly he says it is 12 years since he first rode this route to North Wales when he would have been 15-16, perhaps some 18 months before his first diary entry.

It seems to have been an eventful trip on this occasion. Eventful weather and a heart-stopping moment for Jo near the 2,700 ft summit and on the edge of the great cliff face. However, it seems that it was to be put down as just another normal incident for this trio of adventuresome cyclists cum climbers.

Regardless of the fact that Moel Sych may mean Dry Hill it seems that it was anything but on this particular outing!

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