B and I took a short trip to the Mumbles last week, and walked - and walked - whilst the sun was shining. The first walk, after a cooked breakfast, was over the headland from Rotherslade, looking back across to Langland, over to Bracelet Bay. I love island coastlines; despite a bracing wind the bright yellow gorse gleaming, unmoved, as if to say, 'Spring is on its way'.
After refreshment, on again, down to the pier, and past the old lifeboat station (the new one is just opposite)
Along the promenade where the path is split for walkers and cyclists into Oystermouth - Oystermouth Castle just in the distance, where there are magnificent views across Swansea Bay.
Couldn't pass The Red House Quilting shop - bought a small piece of 'seaside promenade' material. The assistant pictured said 'You do know it's not of the Mumbles'. But it will now be the Mumbles to me. When I think of something to make I will show you.
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