Moylegrove

It was just the “Navigator” and me today and based on the weather as we left are respective homes I could not blame the others. However with full faith in the Met. Office that the sun would come out in Pembrokeshire we sallied forth to Moylegrove.

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Route

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No doubt some lorries have been stuck here.

The rain had almost stopped and it did not warrant over trousers but with mud almost bound to be encountered gaiters were worn.

We walked inland along lanes to Monington, another Pembrokeshire hamlet I can tick off. We stopped here by the bridge for coffee. From here we walked uphill to Pantsaeson which has an interesting history (click the link).

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unloved church?

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Carn Ingli in the distance

The coast was regained at Ceibwr Bay after walking along a number of lanes and bridleways. This small bay was a regular launching place for canoeing trips that we used to make along the coast, but it was not inviting today with waves crashing into the cliffs.

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Ceibwr bay

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Interesting formations Ceibwr

A route was signposted back to Moylegrove alongside the Afon Ceibwr which we took albeit somewhat muddy. However there was evidence of numerous plants starting to show growth and a spring walk would be worthwhile.

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