Conditions a little inclement to start but it soon brightens up.
A famous Welsh sport, land swimming over rocks.
The only way is up
Yaz and the plastic population
An earlyish (is that a word?) start. On the road by 7.30 am to get from Kilgetty to Marloes by 8.30 am.
Find Grouty on the prowl with a full set of gadgets.
Leave the car in the Lobster Pot and we are off. Cool but bright blue skys.
We get a warm welcome from Ian and Helen at the Anchor guesthouse in Little Haven on our return and some Welsh cakes. Unfortunately the miserable weather means we can’t enjoy the setting sun on our expansive joint balcony; we’ll have to wait a bit longer for a sunset.
We scrub up and give up on walking for the day; Paul the taxi driver takes us to the St Brides Inn in Little Haven. When offered payment he responds “Don’t worry, we’ll sort it when I pick you up!”. That doesn’t happen in London.
G and Ts, a nice meal and a glass or 2 of wine follow. Grouty swerved the cheese and we ring Paul and he ferries us to bed. Very welcome after 16 miles of tramping.
Amazing ingenuity in the face of adversity
An interesting blog on organisation providing a new slant on to-do lists.
This isn’t the run down shed but what a brilliant example of innovation in action!
Shed of the Year: Owners create sublime structures
Winner Alex Holland fitted an upturned boat for the roof of his shed in the Cambrian Mountains near Machynlleth (Shed of the Year)
This is a great article about effective methods of school leadership published by Phil Spurr on the NCSL website.