The Hydes' England Trip, June, 2007
Dylan Thomas' Boathouse
Official web site on Dylan
Sign to Boathouse (Welsh on top line)
Scott loves cats.
In parking lot to Boathouse.
This kitty quickly makes friends with Scott.
Kitty is introduced to Mary Jane
View of bay from Boathouse parking lot
Laugharne Castle on left.
Dylan Thomas' Boathouse in distance at the water's edge (right of center)
Boats in the mud due to low tide
Ruins of Laugharne Castle
Mud flats and hills with hedgerows in the distance.
Dylan Thomas' Boathouse is just visible to right of pole with red box
(far left center).
View from Boathouse
Dylan Thomas' Writing Shed where he wrote Under Milk Wood
and much of his poetry.
Originally a garage built for previous owner.
Interior of Writing Shed
View of Boathouse from path above. Path is now called Dylan
Path in his honor.
Dylan walked the path every day from the Writing Shed to town and his
The roof of the Boathouse and its view
View from base of Boathouse
View towards town from patio
Mary Jane and Boathouse
View from walkway back to parking lot
Boathouse is beyond the left of image.
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