Walking from Pembroke to Milford Haven doesn’t offer much coastal scenery but there were lots of views of Victorian forts and towers built to protect the harbour.
The HQ of the Pembrokeshire coastal path is on the route so I popped in to report about the cattle crush being used as a stile.
I also mentioned about the goats. The goats are now a bit of a thing on the path, not just for their friendliness, but their ability to jump fences and stiles and end up where they are not wanted, for example a picnic area.
Discussions with the farmer and possibly the goats was in progress.
For the next four nights I will be wild camping off the coast path as everything is full for Easter.
I will keep you all posted.