Morning Drive for Papers

What a lovely morning. As usual I drove down to St David’s to collect papers, milk and bakery for the members this morning, but for some reason, the wild flowers in the hedgerows seemed amazing. So I stopped for a moment to breathe in the scenery and enjoy the moment before the day begins. Oh…

A Right Royal Garden Party

We woke up this morning to a perfect day, the sky was so big it looked as though it would go on forever, azure blue with no clouds, no wind just a very light breeze, even the rooks knew that today was a special occasion and were less vocal. Today, Saturday 19th May was the…

Arberth – Narberth

Day off – freezing, grey day, threatened rain, but does that won’t stop us enjoying ourselves… or would it….? We decided that we hadn’t been to Carew Castle near Narberth. On arrival we realised that Mike had left his camera back at the van. Oh no… disaster. So all the photos were taken on the…

Weird Weather Walk

Went for a walk today around St David’s Head, we left the site in thick fog, but 500 metres up the road we were in brilliant sunshine…. bizarre. What is a fogbow? As the name might suggest, a fogbow is the name given to a phenomenon created by the same process of refraction and reflection…

Running for Sport Relief

23rd March 2018 Having lost nearly 3 stone this year through diet and exercise, I have started jogging and having seen the sport relief website I noticed that they were advertising that you could jog, walk, run etc different steps challenges. I chose the¬†Kilimanjaro challenge which involved walking/jogging 58,987 steps which is the equivalent of…

Spontaneous Adventure

Being that¬†Monday is our only day off this week and I had a doctors appointment, plus we needed to do the banking in Haverfordwest you can imagine how we felt when we woke up to beautiful blue skies and a forecast of hot weather for the day. I said perhaps when we finish that we…

Another Great Day on Skomer

We had wanted to go back on Skomer since May, to see the Puffins feeding their young with Sand Eels, it is an amazing sight to see and Mike and I wanted to capture it on film. So knowing that there was only about 2 weeks left before the summer school holidays (which is when…

A Day on Skomer

We woke up to the hottest day of the year so far. The sky was deep blue and the temperature was already climbing. It was 7:45am when Pam and John picked us up ready for our day on Skomer Island. It is well known for its wildlife: around half the world’s population of Manx shearwaters…

Carn Llidi to Caerfai

Just a few photos of Carn Llidi to Caerfai in Springtime to cheer us up this week.    

Lleithyr to Abereiddy

Another beautiful evening, and after work this evening Janet and I decided to keep up the pressure and cycle to Abereiddy. We left the site and started to cycle down through the lanes to Berea. I used the electrics once and then realised the battery was depleted. So I managed to cycle the rest of…