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Winter white out!
Friday, December 04, 2009

It's been snowing on and off for the past week or two and yesterday afternoon I got out into the mountains for the first time this Winter. That's the beauty of living in North Wales - we have sea, rivers and mountains right on our doorstep, which makes it possible to chose your poison depending on the weather and what you feel like.

Tara and I had a great walk up Y Garn and back down the Devil's Kitchen. There was loads of snow and a bit of ice up top, and white-out conditions for the top 100-200metres. Map reading was quite tricky!! But we had a great day! Back to work today, before the weekend tomorrow!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Simply A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! Wonderful landscape.
Justine my dear, first of all, thanks to both of you (Francesco told me something come to his house :-) );
Then, note that here we have quite a similar doorstep with Mount Etna. So, if you two can (even more than two of course!), please please please, come enjoying our volcano.
Now there is some activity at the top. I can see some glowing orange lights during nighttime. It is not an actual eruption yet, just some explosions, but we take fingers crossed (to have one soon!).
In case an eruption starts I'll let you know.
Is your luggage ready?

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