Yesterday we started the day with a magnificent English (Welsh) breakfast prepared by super chef Mike.
they took us over to Crick Manor a beautiful home, parts of which date back to the 1200s. Charles the first stayed here twice and it includes a baronial hall that sells archery equipment though I was so wrapped up in looking at the long bows that I forgot to photograph them. I did capture the manor house.
It sits on the cliff tops of the Wye river. A few steps over the bridge and you return to England
Though the next photo is not sharp I wanted to show you that all the signs are in Welsh as well as English. A very interesting language and great that it will not be lost.
Home to yet another magnificent home cooked meal (Garrie has a few new recipes to try) and then a relaxing evening in the company of the lovely Jessie the cat who is now 18 but still able to climb the stairs and hop onto her Dad's knee to ensure her presence is not forgotten.
Thanks Linda and Mike for a wonderful time, wish we could stay longer but it's time to return to England though we stay on the river Wye.