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Spring is on its way


I always enjoy this time of year as March approaches and the days get visibly longer from week to week.  This year is no exception so we've been giving some thought recently about what to do with the increased number of daylight hours as spring gets properly underway.  We also concluded that it would be good to have a few things to keep us busy to act as a distraction from the continuing Brexit saga, the deadline for which is not now that far away.


So on Saturday we joined another of the Anglesey Coastal Walks that have been organised by Trearddur Bay Sailing Club as part of its Centenary celebrations and we spent Sunday focusing on our own Brexit contingency plan.

The Anglesey walk started in Rhosneigr shortly after 10am and the destination was Aberffraw.  It was a pleasant walk of about 7.6…

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Getting on with Brexit

It's been both fascinating and exciting to observe the political shenanigans that have been going on over the past few months as the March 2019 Brexit deadline approaches.

The process has also been excrutiatingly painful as we have seen a Government without a clear majority having an outer-body experience in its attempts to work with diametrically-opposed views, failing to get support for an unacceptable deal in the so-called "Meaningful Vote" and attempting to work with minority parties/members of other parties to obtain a mandate for some next steps, whatever those might be.  

The process has been protracted further by the frustrating efforts of an ineffective official opposition which has shocking systemic anti-Semitism at its core, has no coherent alternative Brexit plan and appears to be on the verge of fragmentation.…


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New Blog for 2019


Time to Reflect


I spent some quality time in Anglesey during November, December and January walking along the island's beautiful beaches and around its shooting estates.  The island has so much to offer in the quieter months when fewer visitors make the trip along the A55 than is the case during the summer months, albeit the weather can be quite mixed.

Last Saturday, I took part in the first of the Anglesey Coastal Path Walks that have been arranged by Trearddur Bay Sailing Club (TBSC) to mark the occasion of the Club's Centenary year.  

It was a pleasant walk of about 9.5 miles that started at the Flagstaff at Trearddur Bay and ended at Four Mile Bridge after taking in Rhoscolyn and Silver Bay along the way. …

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