Like many people over the last 18 months, I’m struggling to separate working at home from not working at home.
The last part of our trip is back in Wales, with seals, cliffs and sea fog.
Going to have a go at getting going again.
It’s been a funny lockdown week. The weather got good, so everyone went outside and we’ve been trying to avoid them.
Sometimes you need to just bob in the ocean.
Trying to get back to long runs and mini adventures. The emotions of challenges.
Out for more Cap’n Mary Hyde gold coins for this summer’s geocaching challenge and I thought it might be the right time of year to attempt to find this unusual cache. The cache is IN the waterfall somewhere.
When we saw that the water was that clear around Tenby the day before we had to get into the sea around Pembrokeshire with our snorkelling gear. We went back the next day to Saundersfoot and Jack and I spent 90 minutes or so rockpooling while the tide was high. Great fun.
We’re busy in the garden so Jack asked me to make a video about when I taught him to snorkel in North Wales. More camping!
We nipped out west a little way to camp, climb, run, walk, find geocaches, swim and spend time with the fantastic views of the Pembrokeshire coast.