we were a little tired after our hike across the sands at newgale sands, and the path ahead of us went up, up, up.
when we got to the top, the view was, of course, beautful.
and then down, on the conveniently-placed stone steps. what if it’d been raining? i wouldn’t have been fun at all.
here’s a style, to keep animals from wandering too far. there weren’t a lot of them on the path.
a study of cows.
and wild horses!
this is one of my favorite pictures. they were wild, but not shy.
as we got closer to solva, it started to rain! well, it was really only sprinkling, but we hurried to put on our rain gear. this is the hill we climbed down, then over the rocks and up…did we cross that little wooden bridge? i hope i took a video of this, because i just can’t remember. i feel that we didn’t. the rain quickly stopped, whew.
the little forest on the path close to solva.
there’s the town up ahead. what if you lived there, you could walk these paths all the time.
a final bit of woods before getting to town.
it wasn’t far to our b&b, and we were happy to get there. it didn’t take so long, really, and i felt a great sense of accomplishment, making it 11 miles.
mrs. thursday hughes.