We're in Wales again today. This time we're in the vicinity of Camrose, a village in southern Pembrokeshire, situated below the Landsker Line.
So we're in England then. Or, at least, Little England Beyond Wales as it's been known for 400 years or so. Unless you're a Welsh speaker, of course, in which case you might call it English Pembrokeshire. Although you'd say it in Welsh.
Confused? You will be.
Just like the walkers who've encountered this signpost recently. Instead of pointing them in the direction of Camrose, it suggests they might like to visit Cumrose instead.
You remember the old adage?
You have to perambulate in order to ejaculate.