WEEK 36 – Angle, Pembrokeshire to Llansteffan, Carmarthenshire


54 miles walked

(total 2,011 miles walked)

Thanks to a trip to Caldey Island and a couple of days off, not so many miles covered this week. For the second time in as many weeks my initial attempt to catch a ferry was thwarted by poor weather. Despite this, once again I was able to delay a day and it was worth it to see Caldey Island in the sunshine.  

Tenby and Caldey Island in the evening sunshine
 In other areas luck has been on my side, from meeting George and Emma at Chapel Hill Fort to arriving at Amroth at the right time. 

I learnt that South-facing coastline of Pembrokeshire has almost all of the county’s sandy beaches, but that doesn’t mean the cliffs are any less up and down! 

Pendine beach from Wharley Point
 This week I also saw a herring gull with a broken wing (he was hopping to avoid me), an injured raven who looked like he’d flown into a bush and was rather bloody, and I found a dead fish on a beach.  

a completely intact dead fish marooned on the beach

3 thoughts on “WEEK 36 – Angle, Pembrokeshire to Llansteffan, Carmarthenshire

  1. Chris Frazer April 20, 2016 / 10:04 am

    54 miles….totalling 2011…..brilliant Lucy just brilliant….I am so very proud of you well done.


  2. Rohan April 21, 2016 / 8:31 pm

    You may not have put in many miles this week but look at that total. Excellent.I’m looking forward to the next section


    • Lucy April 22, 2016 / 8:17 am

      It’s coming…very soon. So many amazing experiences. I will get in the sea soon…I’m not normally put off by the cold. Very impressed that you have been keeping up the winter swimming. I hope the birds are nesting on your cliff


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