esther and i spent an hour doing a multi-cache geocache which involved finding clues round the town which when combined would reveal the final location
and then we went back to the beach for a while before i went on a photo walk of the twon which looked very nice in the sun
here was a rare outing for my polariser (hence the dark sky)
jane buried esther
and a bit later she went to look a the sea (i think the girls must have been playing in the sea by then)
jane’s parents popped by too (it’s a bit where-wally today isn’t it)
this is a canon. there’s a lot of that at the seaside to calm the seagulls
and this is what it looked like first thing in the morning when we arrived.
silent world is a bonkers aquarium in tenby and well worth a visit
it’s in a funny little old church and despite its small size contains loads of slightly worn looking exhibits. actually, it was only the tanks which looked aged. the animals looked fine.
i went photoing whilst the girls played on the beach. i arrived back just in time for a massive rain shower which completely soaked everything. amazing it was. but before we abandoned the beach the girls demanded a photo in their boat
you can see the little tent where i hide when on the beach above to avoid the sand.
remember to lean in to the wind
it’s a shame more places don’t go for the crazy wall colours which only seems to happen at the seaside. perhaps inspired by the plastic buckets and spades they see go by every day
and this is the (old?) lifeboat launch thingybob. we found out on our last day that they do their practising on a tuesday evening so that would have been a good time to have gone to watch something happen. but we didn’t.