Just a stone’s throw from the cottage belonging to some family members is a site we have not been to for ages…and we decided as it is was close to the town we were visiting today we would take a visit with Little One.
Our destination today was the:
Yes, that’s right, just behind the welcome desk which is on the same level as the car park, there is a cable car up to the rest of the site. Here in Wales, they are very considerate of English folk who might not be use to walking up mountains every day.
As if this not enough excitement for little one! And for me!
It makes me laugh that when you read the information leaflet, it makes the center sound as interesting as reading the information on the side of a cereal box, or the back of a utility bill.
The reality is that not only is the center very interesting and of relevance to just about anyone at all who lives in a house, or uses electricity or takes showers or eats food…
The VIEWS…the Center is worth a visit just for the views alone if you are really not interested in any of the information presented.
I wish I had a better camera to take better pictures for you…there is nothing like your own eyes though to see Wales for yourself.
I took about fifty photos today of exhibits and my family as we toured the buildings displaying information, the gardens and all sorts of displays, and fun exhibits. In addition we stopped off at the mostly vegan cafe and shared a vegan chocolate cake and a vegan lemon drizzle cake.
Then there was the playground…and the slide – my niece was in her element! Oh she had fun. A one year old child makes everything a hundred times more fun.
We learnt all about the origins of CAT (Center for Alternative Technologies), energy efficient construction techniques, how to conserve and make wise use of resources, including electricity and water, how to grow your own veggies and herbs, and there was a huge amount of information on all the alternatives to burning fossils fuels.
I don’t want you to tire of my holiday photos, so I will try to put together a little collage so you get the idea of what we were up to today.
Wish you were here with us in Wales!
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I agree it is much better than it is promoted. Lots of valuable information and just round the corner from us.
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Such a glorious area. We spent the rest of the day on looking around Machynlleth too.