Sunday, 11 June 2017

June 11th 2017: Wales: Shell Island 2

Monty the Motorhome is rocking on his chassis as the wind has not abated, in fact it has strengthened since yesterday. We are parked with the rear facing the wind, meaning it is whistling in through the fridge vents, so it is surprising (but comforting) that the gas hasn't blow out. In addition the wind is occasionally lifting one of the roof vents, only by a millimetre or so, but enough to make a noise. If it blows any stronger I'll just have the turn the van round and forego our sea view.

The day started with rain, so we got the Sunday paper and spent the morning reading. By afternoon it had cleared up so we walked around the southern part of the site. As mentioned yesterday it is huge, with all sorts of nooks and crannies, but we were hampered by the wind whipping sand off the dunes.
We spent a couple of hours exploring, finishing up on the beach

No photos I'm afraid as I'm doing the blog on the iPad and for some reason it will not allow me to upload from iPad itself. So I'll add them when we get home.

We had a second walk after tea and went down to the harbour. The sun just tinged the clouds pink, but it is difficult to make out

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