White Beach

by Nic
(Caernarfon)

If only I'd read to the end of your White Beach page! where the directions are.


Have been there two or three emotionally charged times and thought I'd remember the way again.

Myself and my daughter were off to throw some flowers in the sea in memory of her sea-loving father.

Ended up towed out of some badly judged hedgerow reverse by a couple of handy Anglesey farmers.

Drove around a bit more. changed our mind, reversed, panicked, low on fuel, reversed, remembered what a maze it is up there.

It's only funny in retrospect.

Nic

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Annwyl Nic
by: Wil

Dearest Nic

I am so sorry that an important and emotional event was messed up by geography.

I do hope that Father would find it funny as well. Most of my memories following loss seem laced with funny events and laughter was a great relief.

It's a shame none of the Crazy Horses were at hand to take you both down.

Remember what Khalil Gibran wrote, "Half of what I say is silly in order to attract your attention to the important stuff'.

Bon chance next attempt.

Nos da i chi'ch dwy a cysgwch yn dawel,

Wil

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