Lost in the Order of it All

Remove all the traffic lights, yellow lines, one-way systems and road markings, and let blissful anarchy prevail. I imagine it would produce a kind of harmony.
— Sadie Jones

Okay...just to let you know.  I don't really have a plan.  I live in utter chaos and I effing love it.  I mean I am a total nutter.  If there wasn't a closed door to stop me from wandering off into the ether in the morning, I would...oh, and my addiction to morning coffee.  So, this photos is from day 3 of the hike...I should actually post one from day 2, but I will get to that later. 

Many times on the walk, there was some confusion as to where the trail was. Here, you could easily think this is either a very good path, or a shitty road. The large tire tracks on the left kind of suggest the latter, which it is. So, if you plan to hike the Pembrokeshire Coast Path (and I strongly recommend it), bring a good book that details the path. And, if you plan on driving in Wales, I suggest bringing a very small car and a very large dose of courage.

By the way, these are the sand dunes where the Shell House was built for Harry Potter's final film "Deathly Hollows". Just to the left of us is where the house would have stood. 

Shell House Link 1

Shell House Link2

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