Pwllheli is about a half an hour drive from where we live, along the coast. Jane and Andrews house is only 100 m from the beach . It is a pebbly beach but changes each time I see it ,sometime its heaps of little pebbles ,sometimes only a few and the sand is showing , sometime bigger stone ,and Jane was saying at certain times of the year it is lined with massive shells , so you never quite know what this beach will look like. The other interesting thing is all the different types of stone and all the different colours. We think that all the different types must come from all different areas in the world. We had the kids searching for the most pink, or blue or yellow pebble, it had them very busy. further up there were loads of little shells which Aislin insists on bringing home , her pockets were also laden with pebbles.
Andrew had a new toy, a fishing rod which he was trying out and Gwynfor had a kite he was trying to fly, which was quite entertaining….
Notice the Cartlon Colds, which has been an exciting little find recently. We went to Pwllheli on Saturday afternoon ,went to the beach , went back to the house and had a lovely dinner and the adults enjoyed having a few bottles of wine and had a good catch up, the kids all play really well together, the six of them all slept in the same room wit out too much chatting. We went down the beach again to shake off any signs of a hangover on Sunday morning.Pwllheli is a lovely town and always lovely to catch up with