Menai Bridge Autumnal Beauty

by Wil from Anglesey Hidden Gem
(Anglese)

Coed Cyrnol Woods Autumn Walk Menai Bridge

Coed Cyrnol Woods Autumn Walk Menai Bridge

Dear Gentle Readers


I write to advise you that time is running out in Menai Bridge. Autumn is here and one good blow and the beauty that hangs golden, crimson and yellow in the canopy will be gone.

So while time is with us - and you - head on over to Menai Bridge and the astonishingly beautiful Menai Straits and fill your memories with the which be revealed to you so as to carry you through the skeletal grip of Winter.

I had just been to visit someone in the care home across the Menai Straits. It had been a good visit and so I hoped to reinforce that good feeling with a visit to Coed Cyrnol Woods and the Belgian Walkway under the Menai Suspension Bridge.

As I crossed the Bridge I noticed that at least half a dozen cars had stopped and people were standing at the rails taking photos of the magnificent sunset magnified by the wide Menai Straits. This is a sight that you must experience. You will find yourself almost unable to leave as you watch the sun sink gently in a pastel panorama of cloud and water.

Walk through the woods with the leaves crunching underfoot. Remember to stand still and send out your hearing. You hear Red Squirrels before you see them, but on,y if you stand still.

Discover this gentle beauty yourself, but get yourself here quick before the winter storms arrive.

Best wishes

Wil

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Oct 09, 2015
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Coed Cyrnol
by: Wil form Anglesey Hidden Gem

Hi Hugh

Isn't always like that? I hope that you get a chance to visit Coed Cyrnol Woods when you return.

On the matter of red squirrels, it's worth mentioning that because of change in climate they remain active for most of the year. So a fair old chance of spotting them regularly next time.

Cofion

Wil

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Autumn on Anglesey
by: Hugh Edwards (Nantwich, Cheshire)

Nice photo Wil. We came back from a week in North Wales yesterday, we had a day on Anglesey - Beaumaris, on to Penmon and then across to Llanddwyn for walk along the beach to the island. I thoroughly forgot about the charming walk down through Coed Cyrnol down to the 'Straight' at this time of year and yet we were so close crossing the roundabout near the garage there (Damn) - oh well can see another visit this time next year.

Must also mention the day we had in Llanberis and Caernarfon both excellent especially with this fine weather were having.

My wife showed me the photograph of the Northern Lights seen from Penmon (one of my bucket list items!) the other night on one of the social media sites, wish I had been there.

Keep up the good work

Hugh

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