In ages long gone by, my informant knew not how long ago, a wonderful cow had her pasture land on the hill close to the farm, called Cefn Bannog, after the mountain ridge so named. It would seem that the cow was carefully looked after, as in... Read more of Y Fuwch Frech The Freckled Cow at Urban Myths.caInformational Site Network Informational
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