Day 115: Milford Haven to Dale Fort – 3,000km!

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Dyfed, Pembrokeshire, Wales
South Hook LNG terminal jetty, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

South Hook LNG terminal jetty, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Emplacement, South Hook Fort, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Victorian 64pdr Practice Battery Emplacement, South Hook Fort, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Seaweed, Sandy Haven Pill, Pembrokeshire.

Seaweed, Sandy Haven Pill, Pembrokeshire.

Little Castle Head Beacon, Pembrokeshire.

Little Castle Head Beacon, Pembrokeshire.

Artist Jon Foreman at work, Lindsway Bay, Pembrokeshire.

Artist Jon Foreman at work, Lindsway Bay, Pembrokeshire.

Tide line, Musselwick, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire.

Tide line, Musselwick, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire.

Musselwick, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire.

Musselwick, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire.

3,000km walked since St Paul’s, London, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire.

3,000km walked since St Paul’s, London, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire.

Digging for bait, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire.

Digging for bait, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire.

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14 thoughts on “Day 115: Milford Haven to Dale Fort – 3,000km!”

  1. Once stayed at Dale Fort – is/was used to be a centre for Geography and Biology field trips – was one of the coldest Easters on record and no discernible heating – but scenery in St Brides Bay and Marloes made it all worth while.

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  2. I lived for 2 years in Pembrokeshire, near Solva, above St. Bride’s Bay. Stunning beauty, breathtaking views. That mix of every-green of the land with every-gray of the sky……wow!

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    • Great description of grey/green palette of Pembrokeshire: one of the unique qualities of the landscape there. Unfortunately walked through Solva in the dark – what I could see looked charming

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  3. Beth Hope says:

    Congratulations, Quintin, for reaching the 3000 km mark. What a feat!

    Thank you for making this trek. I enjoy following along. You inspire me!

    (Hmm, since you are British, I find myself hesitating to use exclamation marks. Usually I scatter them like confetti!) ________________________________

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    • yes I change them every 1,000km but as they are runners there’s no breaking in! That one’s got the best light – it only lasts a few moments

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    • wow well done! I’m getting some grief for using kilometres in this country, as the OS maps are in KM its how I’ve always though while walking!

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