Just enjoyed a very happy few days up in Cardiff with my girls. Met up with a surveying friend who showed us the sights. As you'd expect we managed to stumble across a few geo items...
Cardiff Bay has been extensively regenerated, but I liked the way the old was now part of the new development.
We sat to have lunch and realised we were perched on an Environment Agency benchmark.
Not sure why they didn't just use the benchmark across the road?
The Taff obviously floods here.
And today, in Devon, it's gloriously sunny. I was down to one child so lured her out with lunch at Otterton Mill, a Waitrose shop (!?) then trig pillar bagging. Three in one day is good going and Caitlin had some good map reading experience.