Let’s celebrate Snowdonia this Autumn

Last time I wrote, we were heavily involved in plastering walls.  Indeed, you can see some below…

More plastered walls

Unfortunately, since I last wrote, I have been heavily committed to meetings.  Meetings for the church, for the local tourist association, and with the Food Technology Centre on Anglesey, so Mike has been rather on his own with the plastering.  Shame.  When I have been here, I have been making the grounds prettier…

See the flower beds appear

…or at least I hope so.  Alex and I have been shovelling wood chippings onto the beds, making them look more cared for, and diminishing the pile of chippings which are now in the way of another project.



See, the bed nearest the river looks better.  We still have to finish the bed nearest the bottom…

But plastering photos are plentiful and not very exciting, so instead I offer a couple of snaps which Mike took whilst walking the dog this morning.  His walk follows a path taking about an hour.  He starts by climbing up behind Plas for about 15 minutes, on a walk that opens up glorious views of Siabod.  He then continues on a downwards forestry path for about 20 minutes, and then walks along the side of the Lledr river for about 30 minutes before arriving back at Plas.

The river LLedr

Beautiful, isn’t it?!


I understand I get to cut more plasterboard tomorrow, so I might need to find other photos, or perhaps I’ll just show lots of plaster drying…


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