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Wild garlic and drowned forests

Sunday, I visited Saundersfoot and Glen Cove, peered into rock pools at sea anemones and walked through old railway tunnels that would have been used to transport coal. After that, I visited Manorbier, stared up at the castle and wandered on the beach.

Tuesday started with a walk on Castle Beach in Tenby. Then onto Amroth, where I walked over a drowned prehistoric forest, ate crème brûlée ice-cream and found many beautiful sea anemones in the rock pools. After that, I visited Pendine Sands, and walked up onto the rock there and stared down at the sea.

Driving though country lanes or just walking around, the smell of wild garlic drifts through the air.

Some of the flowers I've seen in hedgerows or clifftops:
Cow parsley, bluebells, campian, valerian, thrift, bird's foot trefoil, spring squill.


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The hedgerows were just fantastic… the campion/bluebell combo especially lovely. Here in Suffolk the bluebells were pretty much over before we left for Wales: there must be a few weeks' difference in season.

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