After talking about it for too long, and lockdown restrictions easing sufficiently, some good friends - @0asis2007 @Warrenj1uk & @mjyeams - and myself got around to organising a trip to Wales on a few weeks notice, building on the route I took last year. We intended to limit it to Sunday in order to more easily accommodate for those with family commitments, but ended up staying overnight in Bristol, primarily meaning it wasn't such an arduous 1 day trip for the Ipswich based boys, but also meaning Sunday morning would get us into Wales sooner and not have to sit on the M25. We travelled up and down the Brecon Beacons once more, mostly in the rain but then got on to the best roads leading into the Black Mountains as it cleared. Not being able to travel the whole road last year due to a road closure, I was blown away by the second half. The roads and scenery really do need to be seen to be believed. Being a bit ahead of time we travelled home via Cheddar Gorge at Matt's suggestion, and boy were we in for a treat! The Gorge itself is simply stunning, though not fit for driving quickly due to the tight radiuses of the bends and loose gravel on the roads, not to mentions the tourists littering the route. That said however, the high walls offer a fantastic tunnel-like reverberation which a charming young lad in a Polo among others took full advantage of. To top it all off, we found some fantastic roads on the way back! The trip really was perfect from start to finish. Driving with friends is a hobby I discovered way too late, and if you are still yet to too, I suggest you change it asap!