As the days get shorter the cows have less fresh grazing. Dad and Graham, the herdsman, get around this by cutting a strip of grass to feed to them each day. Here’s a quick video (taken by dad multitasking!) cutting some red clover and rye grass for the cow’s supper. Click on the’ Grass cutting at Caerfai ’link to view.
We had a big storm with some high winds a few weeks back. This is a video compiled from a few videos that both dad (Wyn), and I (Linda) shot over the space of about an hour. A lesson learnt (hopefully) that you shouldn’t keep your kayaks on the beach once autumn really starts to kick in. Apologies for the shaky camera work… it was windy! Click on the link Storm at Caerfai to view.
Early this morning reports started to come in that an old-style blue police box had been spotted by the Cathedral. I sent my nephew to investigate …
Our new yurts are up and furnished, here is a short film of the yurts being assembled and the finished article!
Our yurts have now been assembled and all decked out for the 2013 season. Both yurts are situated in the lower camping field and as you can see from this photo they have a fantastic view over the bay. Click on the ‘read more’ button to access the flyer with all the information you need to book one.
The Pembrokeshire coastline is always impressive, but sometimes it’s amazing! A large ‘super pod’ of over 500 dolphins were spotted earlier this week just off the coast a few miles north of St Davids. Click on the link below to have a look. Dolphin spotting off the Pembrokeshire coast.