Our eldest daughter has now gone home, but we managed another lovely - challenging! - walk a week ago, the day after climbing up the Skirrid. My apologies for the sea-mist effect left of every photo - I obviously touched the lens with a grubby mit.
This is Pendine, a beach we regularly visited when our three were children. If you look to the left of the houses you will see the steep pathway up to the top of the cliffs, which is where we headed.
From the beach, the view across to the Gower Peninsula.
Looking towards Tenby - I think this was Caldy Island.
From half way up the climb up the cliffs - unfortunately the grubby finger mark has spoilt the view considerably.
The last flight of steep steps . . . with violets beside them.
The beach from the top. You can see the river going up to Laugharne, and on the opposite shore, Pembrey.
The view ahead. Unfortunately the Neolithic burial chambers we had been looking for were on that far side and we had run out of energy by then!
So we sat and enjoyed the Violets instead. Will try and find time for a round-up of news soon, but it's busy, busy, busy here and another viewing the first week of May.