Tuesday, 18 January 2011

Walk in the Sun

The sun was out, it was warm and we had a walk arranged with our walking group.
We started and finished in Tenby. It was glorious, if a bit muddy!
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Rupert didn't care, he went in every muddy puddle and stream that he could find! (And was taken in the sea at the end of the walk to clean himself up!)
~ Welcome to Tenby on a sunny day.
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Off down some very muddy paths, but we didn't care.
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Went past several very interesting and old building remains. This was Scotborough House which had been a prestigious house in the 14th century, owned by the Perrot family.
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We did get a few curious looks as we passed by their field.
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I know there is at least one blogland lady who loves these old tractors left to rust and I thought of her when I took these pictures. It is an International Harvester and has obviously had a very hard working life in the past.
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Couldn't quite read her number plate, but I wonder if it is possible to find out all about her from it, to learn exactly how old she is.
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Things looking very green after all the wet weather recently.
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Underneath the "main" line from Tenby to Swansea. The train went by twice while we were nearby. It had gone to Tenby then turned round and was on its way back the second time!
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I think he loved just standing in the sunshine instead of wallowing in the mud or being indoors.
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Finished up back at Tenby harbour and of course off to a lovely cafe for toasted sandwiches, paninis and bacon rolls - plus lots of tea as well. A glorious walk.
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Hope you had a sunny day today as well.
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Ann x

1 comment:

bad penny said...

Dillon would have been right in there with Rupert ! Looks like a lovely walk.