Walking The Ceredigion Coastal Path 9

I recently began a walk along the Ceredigion Coastal Path which, as part of the Wales Coast Path, runs from Cardigan in the south over 60 miles to Ynyslas on the northern edge of the county. This is my diary of the event.

Sunday 26th May 2019 06:00
Location: Cwm Tydu
Mileage: 22

The heavy brooding sky has turned to rain, I didn’t fancy striking camp in the rain, so I’m going to have the tea I was going to have anyway and contemplate the rain drops. It’s getting worse. My washing from last night wasn’t dry but I rescued it from the rain, I’ve given it one last squeeze and stowed it in a bin bag. It feels like the rucksack is going to be a little heavier today with the extra weight of water. Ten miles to Aberaeron. The last forecast I checked said the rain was coming in later in the week and with no phone reception here at all in Cwm Tydu I can’t check what the latest forecast is. So I have to wait it out and make a run for it in the break. Time now to shuffle about with the contents of the rucksack and think about how to fill it with breakfast and lunch near the top and the tent, that I’m still sitting in, near the bottom all without getting it wet on the grass outside. The rain paused for the moment, let’s hope it’s done for the day.


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