“ Take only memories, leave only footprints.” – Chief Seattle.

When Lanora Came to Visit

We enjoyed getting to know Tenby, it’s friendly people, the food and weather; often blustery winds, rain, sun and always cold.

Quiet time at St. Mary’s, Church of England in Tenby

Tenby observes a low-keyed, old-fashioned kind of Christmas.

Spent Lanora’s last day in Wales, with Ann near Cardiff, and ending evening seeing the castle and Christmas lights. Lunch at Blue Anchor was a treat.

Thanks for the visit, Lanora. It was lovely.


Jolly wearing regulation jersey for the Tenby Rugby team

Eating out was fun and mostly meat and potatoes. Our Christmas lunch was delicious and typical Sunday lunch of meat, potatoes and root vegetables was abundant.

Visiting Merchant’s House, known because Henry, House of Tudor, lived here before becoming Henry VII, (Welsh: Harri Tudur; 28 January 1457 – 21 April 1509) was the King of England and Lord of Ireland from his seizure of the crown on 22 August 1485 to his death on 21 April 1509. He was the first monarch of the House of Tudor. a Tudor king lived here for awhile

Our private tour to the wild coast of Pembrokeshire with Joe, our guide was great. The wind was gale force and was often difficult to walk against. It was though in every way (even the weather) a wonderful tour and memorable for many reasons, not the least was Lanora’s walk, down and up on ancient, worn slippery steps to see the Hermit’s Chapel.

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