Pete (pwll) keeps in touch from time to time. He wrote to me yesterday, and I am sharing it here with his kind permission.
Had a trek across North Wales today, just for a wander along a quiet beach. Bit of peace and solitude you might say.
Also a getaway from some of the hullabaloo that is the build up to Christmas around this part (Chester/Liverpool) of the world. Ended up on a beach down in the south west of the Isle of Anglesey, miles of sand, very peaceful, not a soul around. Wonderful long walk.
Came across this pile and thought of you with your winter fuel requirements. (Snowdonia in the background)
|© Peter Williams|
Anyway the reason I write is to thank you for the “blog” which I read without fail.
And to say “Have a good Christmas and New Year.”
Keep the blogs coming.
All the best,
Pete Williams (pwll)
Thanks Pete, for the feedback and a great photo of your part of the world ...
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