Hello, my name is Mal Tabb.
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Tuesday, 10 April 2012

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path: Another Short Trip From Treffin

With: On my own
Weather: Fine, bright sunny evening with a fresh south westerly breeze
Where: Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, National Trail


Another superlative early evening stroll, once again just around 4 miles accessing the path at Treffin and this time heading in the opposite direction towards Treffin's very pleasant cove & ruined mill before progressing to just short of Porthgain before re-tracing steps. I enjoy walking on my own its a good opportunity to think & reflect, the scenery this evening was both stimulation & distraction - the pictures tell the story.


The Cove At Treffin

Looking Back Up The Coast Towards Treffin
Looking Up The Coast Towards Abercastell


Footnote
For the last two or three weeks, until this evening, I have struggled with uploading photos to Blogger. Google appear to have downgraded the photo software associated with their old "interface". Tonight after switching to the new interface - no problem, back to all the old functionality for photo uploading, I suppose thats one way Google can "persuade" folk to switch to the new system!

2 comments:

  1. Great pictures!! I miss the ocean...

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  2. Hello running4him - great to hear from you again.
    We just spent a week out on the coast, weather was fantastic for the time of year. There's something special about being by the sea.
    Hope you are doing well in the Ukraine.
    Best Regards, Mal

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