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... scenery, especially in and around Pentyrch. We spent much time looking for and not finding a particular site on Mountain Road and Garth Mountain. We may try again later in the week
We spent 8 hours driving around and in the end had put on about 50 miles on the car. That means we sat and stared at maps an awful lot!
The weather was great, sunny and warm and some of Rhe's chocolate melted in the car.
Having fun and missing Maple.
The marriage survived our hike intact as did our bodies -- wonky hip (me), knee (Donnie), supersensitive feet (you know by now who), which is also very delightful.
By the numbers: Old stepper – 28 226 (22.5 km – a record for us); New stepper – 30 957; cow patties stepped in – 0 miraculously because they were huge; times off trail – about 3 but it was fine; cliffs climbed and seen – a bunch; bandaids – ...
... and at the beginning of our second round, called Mike, who appeared immediately. He’d been waiting in the carpark and the first words out of his mouth were, "So you cheated today, did you?" Barbara and Dave had given us away!!
The Tide Beach BnB in The Mumbles, where we’re staying tonight, is really nice, an old Victorian home right on the water. Our hostess, Mary, immediately suggested we cheat completely and not walk tomorrow at ...
... 8217;t think we had a heated argument at all…..I didn’t realize you were so upset.” Thank God for oblivious husbands! That’s why we’ve been married for 30 years!
Our BnB hosts, Barbara and Dave, drove us to the hotel and then stayed there in the bar section waiting for us to finish. We had to be back before it became completely dark as she had to put in the chickens and they were also greatly concerned that their cat ...
... I think the word is magnificent and I am sure the Victorians would have called it sublime. We sat there for some time.....the cliffs just along from us looked like green linen folds of cloth, tumbling over an enormous table top. The greenery of the land falls straight into the sea here, no gap of stone & clay, land is in charge.
Amazingly we walked back, it took an hour of concerntrated effort, not much chat and sweat.....needless to say we slept well that night.