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|Description ||Looking past the Southern cairn to the central Beacons. This is also the best view of me, in my Scott of the Antarctic pose.|
| Nice one Cerrig. Following those Yeti footprints, were you? ;-)|
| There is a local legend about a "Wild Man" who walks the Fans.|
| I've seen him, but I've always been too out of breath to shout a hello|
| .. or saving your breath for a quick getaway? ;-)|
PS: There must be a good name for a 'Man who walks the Fans'....?
| I suggest 'The Shadow of the Fan' or 'Fan Shadow', but in the Welsh translation. What would that be in Welsh, Cerrig? (any more than 285 letters would be unacceptable).|
| A good short English translation would be "Sem", but who would want a name like that,no wonder he's wild.|
| Of course! Why didn't I think of that before? He's a fan of the Fans, especially one Fan!|
| "I suggest 'The Shadow of the Fan' or 'Fan Shadow', but in the Welsh translation."|
Not to be confused with the dolmen Pentre Ifandango.
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