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... forget, especially when we find ourselves judging places or people. I believe that the more differences of opinions or simply differences in what we find stunning from one person to the next, the more we as a human population can appreciate a greater degree of our earth and those living on it. Everything and everyone deserved worth in some form or another and this we cannot forget. The next time we judge something or someone else, let's remember beauty is subjective and ...
... Birds (RSPB). They bought the island in 1992. The straits between the mainland and island are only 1 kilometer wide. They are the 2nd most dangerous in Britain. The currents here run like a river and since they are tidal change direction every 6 hours. On the edge the speed in 4-5 knots, in the center 10-18 knots. Lucky for us this is a lifeboat station and the boat captains are exceptional. The ride over is smooth ...
... It ground wheat into flour here for 500 years! Later we meet a lady who is the granddaughter of the last miller! Lunch and a rest along the headlands. After 2 ½ miles we turn inland. Just a short distance and we come to a Neolithic stone structure called Carreg Samson. It is several standing stones with a monstrous capstone. It’s sitting in the middle of a field next to the public footpath. ...
It's Saturday. Our last day of moving about before stopping near St. Davids. Carreg (Rock) Cennen Castle is nearby and a Fodor’s Choice so we start there. It’s a steep walk uphill on the edge of Brecon Beacons National Park to the cliff-top fortress built in the 12th century. The castle is a ruin but you can see how it was hewn from the bedrock and the barbican ...
... seeing James, via the windowsill and through several ornaments! An all too brief visit ended far too quickly. On to Cowbridge and another surprise for Jacqueline and Chris.....what an amazing house they have; The Mill, how wonderful to live in such a historic building. Again, a shame it was just a brief visit and the children were out, but better to have a brief hello than nothing at all! Finally, we get to Cardiff in the ...
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