All good things must come to an end and my recent trip to Wales is now sadly over.
I went down for the week to look after a bunch of hens for my son, but hens being hens there wasn’t that much to do other than let them out in the morning, collect the previous night eggs and make sure they were all back in the coop by sunset.
We filled the remaining time by heading out into the surrounding countryside in search of new sights and Wales in turn delivered on a grand scale.
Anglesey is an island I never really had much time for in the past but since coronavirus restrictions were eased I’ve found myself gravitating there on an almost weekly basis, the past week being no exception.
Trwyn Du or Penmon Lighthouse is situated on the easternmost point of the island adjacent to Puffin island and marks the passage between the two islands, construction was completed in 1838 and it remained manned until 1922 when it became the first UK lighthouse to be fully automated.