and geology. We thus went to Cwm Idwal and got thoroughly soaked, One Indian asked is this was our monsoon so we replied that it was normal and added it was an exceptionally bad day!
And so having past through the coal-mining blighted villages of Chirk and Rhosllanerchrugog I turned off the road at Wrexham to see how the protectors were living in the lap of luxury at Borras. I passed a quarry, which could be the Brockholes of the future. Going down a lane I found a gate leading into a field with an usual array of No Entry signs. Opposite was this camp constructed from old pallets, and the odd caravan and tent.
On go closer there were all the usual signs.
And some brand new pallets.
And a reminder what a small group of people can do!
And so I moved on to junction 21 on the M6.
I was greeted with the usual warnings and bespoke architecture along with some serious theology.
Here’s what the didn’t like and a trusted fossil-fuel guzzling VW campervan, which must run of frack-free petrol
And so I drove off thinking of my human rights
As I left the M6 and M55 north of Preston I went to another protest site, complete with very green solar panels………..