I spent the weekend in Anglesey, North Wales with Ian Campbell where he has a caravan spot at. Ian and his wife took me around the island to different locations and showed me some very pretty scenery.
They took me to the Menai Bridge, which was one of the world’s first iron suspension bridges built around 1819, I also got to see the Britannia Bridge, built in 1850, which was the second bridge built to allow traffic in and out of Anglesey.
We enjoyed a nice lunch at Henllys Hall Golf Club, where you could see miles of beautiful scenery right off the 18th green. Later we had supper at The Tavern, which overlooked the sea and even had a sighting of dolphins as we were eating.
The morning before we left they took me to Moelfre where they said they would drive around on boats a few years back. There was a new lifeboat station there where I got to see a real lifeboat that they use for rescuing stranded boats and passengers. Here they took my picture taken with the Dic Evans statue, who was awarded two medals of bravery while he was a lifeboat volunteer.
Wales was a fantastic place to visit. There were so many places with such great views of beautiful scenery.