When I looked out of our bedroom window, this is what I saw:
I have to admit that that first day, it was cloudy and very windy and the grass had not been cut! This was taken at the end of our stay.
Monday was a rest day for G but exciting for me. Sadly, a message was taken for me early on to say that Celtic Heart would not be able to join us as her mother had been poorly in the night, so could not be left alone, to care for CH's father. However, I set off to Newport, near Fishguard, getting there a few minutes late. There, by the entrance to the car park, were two girls - tall, good-looking and very clearly two Purple Cooers. I waved like mad as I drove in and so the three of us met up - ChrisH and Preselli Mags. We walked up to a caffe called The Canteen - a very strange name for a very nice place. We talked and talked and laughed and analysed our Purple Friends and drank coffee and had soup and all too soon, the others had to make tracks back into their real lives. I returned to base where G had had a pleasant day, recharging his batteries and walking. Not a picture was taken. I had my camera but did not use it. Sorry folks!
On Tuesday, I achieved a long-held dream. A visit to St. David's Cathedral. This time pictures can do the talking -Cathedral and Bishop's Palace.
The sloping nave
A good place to make a home.
Just a few from the Bishop's Palace.
This is going up as it is, I will edit it more tomorrow.