Memories of Llanddwyn Beach from a Stormy Winter Day

by Wil
(Anglesey Hidden Gem)

Llanddwyn Beach Boardwalk

Llanddwyn Beach Boardwalk

It is Saturday morning just under a fortnight from Christmas and all I can see out of my kitchen window is the horizontal wind driven rain assist a murky background of skeletal trees and hedges. Even the blackbirds who had been struggling to find a meal have given up the ghost.


So it's a morning for pushing both the weather and traumatic shopping trips to one side and glance through some of the pictures I've accumulated this year travelling around Anglesey. And... I came across the top three images of Llanddwyn Beach and the boardwalk.

What the board walk has achieved is that it has brought the beach and the view to Llanddwyn Island and across the cascading mountains of snowdonia and up the long beach toward Abermenai. It is a view open to all ages and mobility. Brilliant!

Looks like it's going to be pretty wet and stormy for the next week so we all might as well dig in, be brave and get through the shopping chaos and aim through to a lovely spring or summer walk on Anglesey next year.

What's it all about, eh? Actually it's all about knowing that all bad things will pass and committing yourself to investing heart and soul into those moments you must grab. All is light and shadow. Be defined by the light that Llanddwyn and Anglesey Beaches can bring into your life. Especially on 'orrible days like today.

Best wishes
Wil

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