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... Jacobs Ladder. This took us to the bottom of the falls and many photo opportunities. Amy took a lot of photos of moss and lichen (to paint later for her art studies). The path then took us across a small slippery bridge across the water flow to start ascending the other side. One of the viewing platforms was still covered with thin layer of ice. It was fun trying to skate around on ...
... for some of the white stuff (settle down! - just milk and bread) and struggled home with windy, but balmy tales. Having been tempted by scant details of a Dylan Thomas Laugharne walk led by John starting at 10:30, we skipped down the slope into town and waited in Brown's for John. Others had been hooked by this low-key advertising and were to be seen lurking in the Bar, not unlike a funeral wake on the death of a distant aunt. No ...
... moon saw a most impressive firework display. No oohing-and-ahhing, just open-mouthed pleasure at the spectacular sound and light show. What happened to the Catherine Wheel and the odd squib?
An evening meal at Brown's under photos and Dylan Thomas memorabilia and then a hasty uphill trudge to the 'warm little cabin on the hill'. A better day than yesterday, but tomorrow bodes ill. ...
... and that after the storm kind of ozone air. H &S went looking for wool and stitching things - so many opportunities on the hillside! - while B & G followed Dylan's Birthday Walk alongside the estuary and over the headland. Great views, steady walking and easy opportunities to get lost in the "jungle on the hill".
Re-united, back for a pizza supper, cocktails and red wine and an evening of pensioner pursuits. Tough world out of work!
... of rain and hale scudded through.
Back to our little "cabin on the hill over the estuary" before the rain and wind attacked with a vengeance, and reading, crosswords and Sudoku (so typically pensioner-like?) overtook the urge to do a quick 10-miler in the rain. We were settled for the day now and inertia ruled.
Supper? Leftovers and quiche were on the thrifty menu, followed by Uno, cribbage and Gareth Malone. A swinging do, eh?