NAFOW Calgary 2016

NAFOW Calgary 2016

March 16th: Port Eynon to Hillend

March 16th: Walked from Port Eynon to Hillend. Amazing cliffs! This coast has stories of smuggling, shipwrecks and wreckers. Sites of Iron and Bronze Age forts and cairns are to be found in this area. Worm’s Head deserves it’s name! The wind was strong enough for paragliders to enjoy!1Leaving PortEynon 2Headland 5 6 6Sentinel 7 8 9 10 11 12 Sheepfood 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 Worm's Head 22ChurchRhossili 23Family 24Rockface 25WormsHead 26WelshPonies

2 Comments to March 16th: Port Eynon to Hillend

  1. Yvonne says:

    Hope you are all well and not too tired. You have been very lucky with the weather, I understand from the forecast that it will be very wet on Thursday. Wyn’s funeral is at the end of the week, we are sure that there we will many there. We will be unable to join you on the 23rd of this month as James is playing in a very important match, hope to do it later on. How is Oscar coping with the driving, remember us to him. Take care the both of you, we follow your blog daily.
    Love to all xx

  2. Anne Coppinger says:

    Magnificent scenery again. Haven’t a clue what the sheep are eating as I assume the obvious – grass – is not correct. Primroses or bird droppings??? have you seen much wildlife yet?

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