It’s a dog’s life for a sign writer

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We see so many signs relating to dogs on our travels that I’m starting to think sign writing would cease to exist as a profession if our national obsession with dog ownership abated. It seems that everywhere we go there are … Continued

Upland Gower – the bit without the tourists

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Like the majority of people who flock to the Gower peninsula every year, I thought that was it… that the peninsula was synonymous with Gower and ended somewhere around Gowerton on the north coast and Mumbles on the south. For … Continued

Wales: small but perfectly formed

When Harri and I met nearly seven years ago, I was convinced I knew my home country pretty well. After all, I’d lived here all my life, with the exception of the few years I spent working in Cornwall in … Continued

Top Ten Walks: Carmarthen Bay and Gower

In August 2012, Harri and I braved heavy rain and the thickest mud on the planet to walk from Amroth to Swansea marina… our section of the Wales Coast Path. Perhaps I should explain. Harri was commissioned by Northern Eye … Continued