Stacks and Skerries

  In her second sea kayaking post of June 2018 Sarah sea kayaks through the place that first inspired her to¬†want do this, South Stack off Anglesey: ‘In June 2013 I looked down from these cliffs to see a group of kayaks in the sea and said, ‘I want to do that. Many adventures have […]

On Anglesey with Sarah

We spend the weekend together on Ynys Mon, Anglesey, one of our favourite places. A world away from Liverpool but actually very close to here. In fact we spend much of our time on Ynys Gybi, just off the main island. No, that isn’t one of us. We’re here for more peaceful pursuits. Though today […]

Heaven in a wildflower

To see a world in a grain of sand And a heaven in a wild flower, Hold infinity in the palm of your hand, And eternity in an hour. William Blake The second of this week’s posts about our stay on Ynys Gybi, at the tip of Anglesey. Now, even I know Anglesey’s good for […]

To the Lighthouse (with the Lighthouse Keeper)

In June 2013, Sarah and I went to stay for a few days in one of our favourite places on earth, Anglesey. In this first post about our visit we manage to get into a place we have long admired, the South Stack Lighthouse. The post, as you will see, features a man called Gordon […]