After a pretty wild night (and that’s before the storm officially arrives!), a damp morning and grey afternoon. We stayed close to site today as visibility was pretty poor and there seemed little point in trying to capture any views further afield. We parked up down by Tal-y-bont Beach which is a section of the very long, almost unbroken beach running from Barmouth to Harlech. We slightly misjudged the tide which was fully in when we arrived, so no sand to walk along, but we walked along the pebble bank towards Bennar Beach.
Once on familiar ground we turned back and walked in the opposite direction, catching a rather mad crowd of people enjoying the pretty rough seas.
Beyond this the sand was starting to emerge as we headed towards Llanaber.
The coastal path, follows quite an inland route along here and we ended up walking through several different static caravan holiday parks before coming to a sort of dead end. So back we turned once again, all very grey today and not very inspiring but heyho a walk and some fresh air!
Two thoughts of the day:
Too grey for inspirational thought!
Let’s see what Storm Helene brings over the next couple of days!!