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A little Tit saved

An overcast day which at times tried its best to rain.The day gradually improved and although overcast was not at all cold. The day was largely uneven with usual comings and going’s. The campsite and the area appears to be busier than at any other time since we have been up here. A different clientele and the average age has increased exponentially. I guess like us many people without young children take early September holidays which are less busy and the weather remains temperate.

We have been digesting the news of next year’s placement in Brecon. It’s very close to the town Center and twice the size of this site. We will be in a very different environment but much closer to home and civilisation with the beauty of the Brecon Beacons surrounding us.

We were called to the toilets to rescue a little coal tit. Question how many people does it take to save a tit. The answer is 6 plus a mosquito net.

Weather forecast good for tomorrow and set fair in the short term.

Work tomorrow and the next 2 days following.

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