This is my favourite walk and,
to my mind, this is the best time of year to do it.
It was a glorious morning
looking over the bay at Newgale
It's a lovely drive to St Davids at this time of year as the hedgebanks are full of wild flowers and the farmers are mowing the fields for silage so the sights and scents are wonderful!
We arrived at Caerfai Bay.
The sea was a glorious blue as we started our walk.
We had decided to do the short walk
and had left one car at St Non's.
We usually do a much longer circular walk
but I can no longer manage that
I'm afraid I took a lot of photos and have been torn between
showing the abundance of the wild flowers
and the magnificance of the seascape.
I have tried to show a little of both
and hope it's not too much!
We could see the convent of St Non's
in the distance
The little Chapel of St Non's
The ruins are said to be the birthplace of St Non,
the mother of
St David (the Patron Saint of Wales)
The spring is said to have healing properties.
I was going to throw off my clothes
and dunk myself in it...
but my friend wouldn't let me!!
We stopped to have coffee on the way home
at an hotel that has
the most wonderful had painted tiles
around its fireplaces
and other walls.
I thought that I had probably posted too many photos
so will leave that for another day!!