Dawn up Mynydd Maen proved a touch windy, sounded the retreat (a bit like this) and pottered the levels instead. Boat Lane was, as ever, the epitome of untouched wilderness with it's poddling flock of Canadas mit Barnacle and Bar-headed hangers-on. Goldcliff was a bit more exciting, despite not arriving until a good hour after high tide, passage waders included 23 Bar-tailed and 45 Black-tailed Godwit, 19 Knot, 19 Dunlin, 16 Ringed Plover, 2 Turnstone, 1 Greenshank, 2-3 Whimbrel, 2 Spotted Redshank and 2-3 Grey Plover. By the time I arrived at Saltmarsh/Farmfield it was all over bar the shouting, just a late(ish) Snipe and my first Orange-tip of the year entered the notebook.
PS. Have been winding down my window and sounding 'charge' on pulling away from traffic lights,... mixed response so far,... mixed response.