My final morning at Felin Uchaf was dull and overcast but for once I didn't mind too much as I was packing up to go home anyway. Most of the other campers on the site had gone the previous day and the two remaining couples left just before me so for the final ten minutes of my stay I had the whole site to myself, and with a quick walk down the track and back to keep the dogs happy I finally left just after mid day.
My original plan, if it had been a sunny day, was to take a different route from Corwen and instead of going along the A5 and back through Llangollen I would take the A5104, a more cross country route which I hadn't travelled before and which hopefully would get me a few final photos, but with such an overcast sky I decided to scrap that idea. Not wanting to rush home too soon though I stopped in Llangollen for half an hour for a quick look round the shops, then a few miles further on I pulled into the car park near the Pontcysyllte Aquaduct and took the dogs for a wander by the canal.
With big patches of blue sky appearing between the clouds I thought maybe I would get lucky and the sun would soon come out but it didn't; the blue disappeared almost as quickly as it arrived but the colourful boats and the flowers on the bridge gave me several good photos even without any sunshine.
Those were to be my last shots of the weekend and I returned to the van to continue my journey home. With only a slight delay due to some roadworks on one part of the motorway the rest of the drive was uneventful and I arrived home just after 4pm. With the weekend now behind me my working life would take over again but only for a short while - another ten days and Sophie, Poppie and I would be setting off on our camping travels once again.