Mountain lake at Nant Gwynant, Wales, UK. Wales--the most beautiful spot on God's green Earth--like the rolling green charm and hills of England mixed withe the big sky grandeur of Colorado. Love it.

Mountain lake at Nant Gwynant, Wales, UK. Wales--the most beautiful spot on God's green Earth--like the rolling green charm and hills of England mixed withe the big sky grandeur of Colorado. Love it.

Pistyll Rhaeadr Waterfall, Wales

Pistyll Rhaeadr Waterfall, Wales (by Pixellie) (All things Europe)

Welsh Lovespoon - Love spoons are traditional Welsh gifts symbolizing love and devotion. She'll cherish the unique, thoughtful nature of this gift.

Welsh Lovespoon - Love spoons are traditional Welsh gifts symbolizing love and devotion. She'll cherish the unique, thoughtful nature of this gift.

We can't resist these adorable daffodil cupcakes! They're ALMOST too cute to eat! #springweddings #cupcakes #weddings

We can't resist these adorable daffodil cupcakes! They're ALMOST too cute to eat! #springweddings #cupcakes #weddings

I recently found out that an entire line of my ancestors were very prominent Welch back in the day.

I recently found out that an entire line of my ancestors were very prominent Welch back in the day.

Llangollen, Wales. North Wales is a magical, mysterious and enchanting world away. Rent a centuries-old cottage, wake to sheep grazing outside your window and soak in a culture which isn't, but feels, long forgotten.

Llangollen, Wales. North Wales is a magical, mysterious and enchanting world away. Rent a centuries-old cottage, wake to sheep grazing outside your window and soak in a culture which isn't, but feels, long forgotten.

Gwenllian Princess of Wales~ Gwenllian was only a few months old when her father, Llywelyn the Last, was killed near Irfon Bridge on 11 December 1282. Her mother, Llywelyn's cousin, Eleanor de Montfort, died while giving birth to her in the palace of Pen-y-Bryn, in Abergwyngregyn near Bangor, Gwynedd on 12 June 1282.

Gwenllian Princess of Wales~ Gwenllian was only a few months old when her father, Llywelyn the Last, was killed near Irfon Bridge on 11 December 1282. Her mother, Llywelyn's cousin, Eleanor de Montfort, died while giving birth to her in the palace of Pen-y-Bryn, in Abergwyngregyn near Bangor, Gwynedd on 12 June 1282.

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