My morning distraction

by Chris Drew
(Llandudno)

Thank you for sabotaging my morning in-tray with the lovely distraction of the latest edition of "Anglesey Hidden-Gem".


You clearly love the Island and help the rest of us to remember why we love it too, as well providing a most informative source of detailed historical background.

Each time I read it, articles have been re-written or expanded.

Congratulations on your production.

Best wishes




Dear Chris

Thanks very much for your kind words. I'm glad you enjoy the site and I look forward to generating more pages for your enjoyment.

Wil

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The cat
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What about some more photos of your charming cat?
I trust that she is still with us?

Feb 11, 2010
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Love the cat
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Snwc seems to be a very wise and contented cat!

Love your website - it's informative and very interesting. Who could resist visiting Anglesey after reading your pages. A true hidden gem.




Dear Ann

Snwc's back here for a visit and the weather's freezing again. Do you think there's a connection? Anyway, she has a settled routine of eat, sleep and leave little presents in the couscous (kitty litter).

Thanks for the kind words.

Wil

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