Sunday the weather was still warm and sunny. We are into a very late summer and after a bad start in the year its lovely to still be able to enjoy life outside.
Unfortunately I’ve been unable to enjoy the summer so much this year as my illness prevents me from being around in the afternoon and am often back in bed.
Mornings are my best time and this last Sunday in September I suggested to my son that we walk the dogs in the morning. Idea accepted and My son. Ruby, Spotty and I headed for the ‘cliff top path’ at Mumbles.
The drive good and parking even better, with plenty of space.
The sun shone and in the shelter of the path we walked. On the cliff side were an abundance of bushes which included the lovely yellow gorse giving a splash of colour. Even Blackberries that were having another go at fruiting. The other side, seaward, the waves crashed onto the rocks below. Above seagulls swooped. We met very few walkers.
Along the pat were seats every so often and we were able to sit and admire the view.
Back at the car the dogs were put in side while we went to Fortes’ cafe’ and sat inside enjoying our Jacket potatoes and well earned cuppa.
A delightful half morning. So back home, dropped my son off and me ‘back to bed!’