Halcyon Days at Llanddona Beach
by Jean A Lewis
Llanddona Beach Anglesey
My first real holiday as a child was spent at a Farm in Llanddona.
We returned year after year, I am in my seventies now and have done much travelling, but the memories of those days in Llanddona, the view from one of the windows that overlooked the beach.
The long summer days spent trudging up and down to the beach - No cars then
- finally reaching the church at the bottom of the steepest part of the hill and then the glory that is Llanddona Beach
There were no cafes then, just the sand the waves and you. Sheer Bliss
These are indelible memories that will stay with me forever.
Jean A Lewis
I don't know if you've heard about Gravitational Anomalies
, but simply put it means that land which once bore the weight of glaciers continues to rise to this very day.
What I'm saying is that the hills seem steeper every year I try walking up them.
I am so glad to have been able to remind you of wonderful Summer days on Anglesey.
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Best wishes to you