It was another beautiful day today, a day to be taken full advantage of so She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed phoned Ann up and arranged to meet her and my friend Peter at Mwnt. We packed our lunch in a rucksack and put on our hiking boots (paws) and set off for a two and a half hour hike along the cliff path, Ann and Peter would arrive by car after we had had our lunch.
We arrived before Ann so while we were waiting we visited the 14th centuary sailors chapel of ease, Eglwys y Grog (Church of the Holy cross to you and me). It stands alone under Foel y Mwnt and is a famous tourist attraction. The font is 12th or 13th centuary and made of Preseli stone.
Peter arrived at last. 'Hello Peter come and see where I've been.'