Leader, John Mellor.
14th August 2010
Leader John Mellor.
John tells about the history of the castle.
Leaving the foreshore car park.
The back-markers follow on behind.
Passing beneath the castle.
Tide has only just gone out enough to uncover the walkway.
Good job the tide is going out! © Alan Bailey.
Joe, Paul and Huw enjoying the walk © Alan Bailey.
John follows the Mike Lewis' school of tide table observance ! © Alan Bailey.
... and gets his feet wet!.
Dylan's writing shed is thankfully well above the tide.
... as are we now!.
Dylan's Boathouse is below us.
Left Laugharne behind for now.
What's everyone looking at? © Alan Bailey.
They're admiring the kitchen garden at Delacorse.
Walk passes Delacorse Farmhouse.
Walking up the farm track.
Heading towards the church.
There's the church gate.
The church of St Martin.
Paying homage to Dylan at his graveside. © Alan Bailey.
Also the grave of his wife, Caitlin Thomas.
This horse was unimpressed by a group of Ramblers © Alan Bailey.
Waiting to re-group.
Roger and Zetta found some donkeys. © Alan Bailey.
Nearly off the road onto the grassy footpath.
An owl at Abercorran.
A Farmer came along training this cow to walk in the Cardigan Show.
The Friendless Church at Llandawke.
Joe stops for blackberries on the way to Llansadurnen. © Alan Bailey.
There were still a lot of butterflies around.
On way to the village.
The church at Lansadurnen.
Coastal views from the village back to Ferryside.
Joe takes 40 winks hoping nobody measures him for one of the graves!.
Worms Head on Gower from across Carmarthen Bay.
Descending out of the village.
Onto the coast path © Alan Bailey.
John leads the way.
Starting to climb to the view point.
A bit of climbing to get there.
... but it's worth it for the view.
... over the River Taf as it meets the Bay © Alan Bailey.
... and joins the Towy and Gwendraeth Rivers.
Not far to go now.
There's the castle.
Almost in the car park.
Back at Laugharne - now for the tea rooms (...eh! Tea Rooms!! - ah! - OK - cakes as well then!).
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