In Snowdonia - South Stack Anglesey

Having sated ourselves on the waves at Pen-y-Porth we moved round to South Stack, where we hoped to see rough seas breaking round the lighthouse. However this area appears to be more sheltered and we were disappointed. One strange phenomenom was that the spray, we initially thought was sea spray, was in fact water cascading from the top of the cliff being blown back over the path in the strong gusts. The road down to the lighthouse was flooded too deep even for the Landrover to contemplate the journey so we had to walk down on the top of a low wall. Hettie lay and splashed about in the flood and then demonstrated her happiness by singing to us!


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