Day 044 : Milford Haven – Dale

After the last few days skirting around the estuary, it is back out to the open seas..


After Milford Haven there is another gas terminal at Herbrandston to negotiate around. Originally it was oil which was pumped ashore ,stored and refined elsewhere but nowadays, it is more Liquefied Natural Gas.

Yesterday, on the drive down, the exhaust on my wife’s car started to blow and was getting worse. As it needed to be sorted out, they needed to find a garage, wait for the exhaust to come from Pembroke and get it fitted. So I did not have there company for walking today.


Yesterday we had trouble finding the campsite we were staying at in Rosemarket. When we finally found it, the setting was in woodland a few miles away, off the beaten track. We staying in a wooden camping pod which was very cosy. The site owners made everything eco-friendly and provided us with a complementary grocery pack.


Dale sits in a sheltered bay on the Marloes peninsular. The bay is mainly used by sailors and wind surfers. It also has a castle which is now a private house.


I finished today with an ice cream and waited for the family to turn up in a car with a sweet sounding exhaust