No, it’s more than that!
I’m really lucky to live here in Anglesey, and count my blessings every day.
Winter can be a difficult time for us all as the weather turns cold. The coast can also be very chilly with the wind whipping up over the sea. It’s fine if you wrap up warmly.
Yesterday the sun shone making everything look beautiful and I took the dogs to Penrhos coastal park, which is on the tip of the island. Technically, Holy Island is separate from the main island and is connected by two bridges.
Here are a few pictures from the walk.
This is one of the little coves as you walk along the coast. I watched a spaniel running along the rocks. I was justing thinking how they must be immune to the cold, when he squatted, thigh deep in the water, and pooed!
This was the next beach and we walked along a path slightly above it. The dogs saw a gap in the hedge, and ran off to see the sea!
They came straight back and I’m sure they were glad of their coats, too.
Following many of the pathways, this one took us to the woodland and red squirral territory. There is a bench at the bottom, which is not easily seen in this picture. If you look carefully, you can just make out a person sitting on it. What you can’t see is that she was wearing a red hat. As I got closer, I realised it wasn’t a person at all. If was a tree trunk just behind covered in ivy, with rust colours leaves on the top!
I don’t know who Tunncliffe is, but his seat is very attractive. It faces the sea, so I imagine many bottoms have graced it.
These pretty benches overlook the sea with views across the village of Valley. They each have plaques with the names of people who loved Penrhos. They always have flowers on them. It’s so touching, as they will always be remembered.
I hope you have enjoyed my walk out with the dogs. If you are ever in the area, you must visit the coastal park. There are so many paths to adventure down, it’s always a treat.