Off to Anglesey next, visiting South Stack and North Stack, the cliffs of Gogarth, and looking for seals and porpoises. Also the ruins of Porth Wen Brickworks because rainy days in North Wales.
Cake! And walking.
Flexible working hours and being allowed back out to explore our local area gives the opportunity for a little variety on top of the running and at-home-strength-training. Woot!
We’re allowed to do some more activities in our local area. A step towards normal?
We’re away in another city for a long weekend break, and it wasn’t our idea. Jack wanted to go and visit a friend in another country, so we went too, and Kim has always wanted to see the architecture of this particular city.
There are usually a couple of geocaches in cities too.
Vlogging the weekend but the weather is challenging if you’re someone that wants to go climbing outdoors on the Gower. What else can we do? Squirrel hunting?
Walking the huge beaches at Rhossili and Llangennith after a fun week of mountain biking, golf, rock climbing, metal detecting, running and all the things we do if we’re given time to do them.
The wild ponies are out and about.
It’s Christmas Day. Oh what have I done? I’ve bought Kim a metal detector. A gift that may mean she roams the beaches of the earth until the end of times.
As long as she’s happy.
There’s one geocache that we haven’t found in the Coed Y Brenin Forest Park and we’ve got a couple of trackable items that we picked up in South Wales. Let’s try and put them together.
And leave the kids in the cottage to recover.