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Just a Puffin

GLORIOUS WALES - PART 2

July 10th 2021
LOTS OF SAINTS AND PUFFINS TOO … 1. SAINT DOGMAELS Heading south towards Milford Haven our first stop was only a short distance from Rocket House near Poppit Sands where we had spent a glorious week. Llandudoch in Welsh or Saint Dogmaels (our first Saint), an unusual name and a fascinating place particularly for the history enthusiast. This small parish and community had a peaceful setti ... read more
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14th August 2021

One more bird I like
We are not really interested in birds. But some birds we actually like. They are flamingos, hummingbirds, penguins and birds of pray. But now that I saw your photos of puffins I think we need to add them to the list as well. We made a short trip in Wales in 2005. That was prior to us joining Travelblog so there is nothing to read about that trip. We liked it and your blogs brought back some fond memories. I think I just might try to dig out those pictures one day, post them and write something. /Ake
14th August 2021

Puffins
They are very comical and lovely to watch do look out your photos they are good for jogging the memory of pleasant times.

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