When plan A doesn’t seem to materialise, plan B can always come in very handy. Cheryl Hamer found herself amidst the incoming tide and, as she says, her plan B really saved the day and got her pulse racing in the Menai Straits
Well, after three months of living on Anglesey, if there is one thing I know it’s that the Menai Straits (that narrow band of water separating us from the mainland) are an ever-changing palette of atmosphere and inspiration. The tide surges in at pace because the land is really quite shallow – more on that later – and the prevailing weather from the Atlantic seems to surge in with it. The result is that…
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