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One of the conditions for Jude joining me on the trip was that on the Tuesday night, we would go to Tony’s Bingo at the Harbour Inn, which is right next door to Felingog.
I first time I went to Tony’s Bingo was with my sister and her son, when he was about 15 and we loved it, so it has become a bit of a tradition on trips to Solva.
Jude was not too sure!! But the evening – although it doesn’t start til way after the publicised time of 9pm, was really good fun, with loads of local fun and banter – “At the end of your foot – 8 – 0……. (a toe) 80”
and so on – and Jude came home with £22!
I came home with lots of collage material!
Next day off to the Perennial Garden Centre near St.Davids
Where alstroemerias were in flower in the poly tunnels
and a cute little plant I did not recognise
the flower was on a long stalk above a floret of variegated leaves
does anyone know what it is?
The owner was away for the day and there was no label or price tag.
We sheltered in the cosy cafe
with hot chocolate, bara brith, and some dreamy hookiness.
There is something wonderful about being away from home and sitting in a cafe with knitting or crochet that feels SO good – delightful conversations strike up and meander around all things creative – cafe crochet – can’t beat it. Know what I mean?
The cafe is also a gallery for local artists and the tablecloths provided doodle inspiration
we checked out the cottage to let for future reference.
and then out into the mild grey drizzly day and back to the smallest city in Britain, St.Davids.