Broadhaven, Pembrokeshire

He who limps is still walking

Sunshine and boats

Unbelievable weather for November, sunny and warm. Fossie even did the walk in shorts. We did 10 miles around St Davids head, taking in fantastic coastal views and the Island of Ramsay.

We ate in The Swan in Little Haven, where the landlady was very precise ‘I will take your coats’.

On the Sunday we took a rib ride around Ramsay Island. The weather had turned, which made the trip a bit rocky. Great fun, although very wet.

Sunday lunch at the Druidiston and then home.

Interestingly Di was due to come on this trip, she started out but had to return home as Ellie was unwell. Her and Pete would have met for the 1st time on this trip.


Derbyshire Peak District

Our way is not soft grass, it's a mountain path with lots of rocks.

But it goes upward, forward, toward the sun

The Osama Bin Tavener tour

The tour I turned up wearing a bandage that made my head look like a pineapple (thanks to Cookies vigorous encouragement of the nurse who dressed my football injury)

The walk was a scenic wander through the Derbyshire Countryside. This walk was famous for the Trail Magazines description of ‘follow the invisible path’, and rightly predicting we would walk past a field full of Alpacca’s.

The walk ended with me leaping into a farmyard and two Dobermans to avoid some horses. Not sure my phobia of horses is overly sensible for a walker.

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