January morning walk around Treginnis headland

It wasn’t raining so yes we decided to go for a walk around Treginnis headland on the January morning.

We left the car on the farm yard and headed out towards Treheinif.  Seeing such green fields at this time of year is so unusual, lots of rain in the Autumn and warm weather.  Ramsey Sound was fairy quiet, with a lowish tide, we could see the Horse rock very easily.  How many ships have had a fateful end there, dread to think.

We met neighbours down at the Copper Mines, how odd for the six of us living at Maes Dyfed in St Davids to meet just there.  Sadly we did not see any porpoises.

In the 12th century Ramsey Island was a place of pilgrimage.  Many clergy travelled westwards towards the setting sun.  Now it is a RSPB reserve.

We could hear the chee-ow call of the Chough as were walking the coast path and we were so fortunate to see 4 Chough in a coastal field.  Only managed to get a photo of two of them.

We walked down to Porthllisky beach and then headed back inland to Treginnis Uchaf and a welcome cup of coffee.

Stay with us at Ty Mortimer, Treginnis Cottage, to enjoy fabulous walks.