Goodwick Circular

Apparently Mr navigator was looking for a rest from tending his estate and a walk was called for. The destination was  to be Goodwick on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, but the walk was to be an inland one.

Route

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A huge barn – renovation project?

We were soon on footpaths and heading for a strange object on the hillside, shown as “Beacon” on the ordnance map. We have seen this from various  viewpoints and at one time it remained a mystery but we now know this is a beacon for the transatlantic aeroplanes which they log onto when entering the UK.

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The Beacon

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A little later we met the farmer who had been feeding his sheep and although he had had a good lambing season the grass was slow in growing and supplementary feed was necessary.

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Looking down towards  Goodwick

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The Black Sea?

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My assumption of as coastal walk was incorrect but shows that Pembrokeshire has good inland walks as  well

 

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