With our new assignment to inspect missionary flats in southern Wales, 15 of them each transfer, or period of six weeks, we are spending lots of time there. We love the opportunity to meet them, visit and see how awesome they are. It really is an uplifting, sweet experience for us! Our first photos show a little flavor of Newport, our first batch, then we have some photos from this last Tuesday when we went to Caerphilly area where this awesome castle is (our first castle tour of our mission). We parked at the missionary flat (free) and walked a block over to the castle, right in the middle of the town. It started to rain as we were there, which added to the atmosphere of mystery and antiquity! We dashed from place to place and felt very adventurous! The castle was begun in 1268, with moats all around, and towers and gateways and large, fireplaced halls. It was damaged by the Civil War, giving it its own leaning tower (even more that Pisa). In the 1800’s and 1900s there was a lot of restoration work done. We really enjoyed the multi-media presentations that told its story.