Tide

I was tipped off that Tide, the local cafe at Halen Môn, where they make Anglesey Sea Salt, was doing food boxes if you order online. I tried it today: the freshest of fresh home-made bread; peppery salad leaves grown locally in Dwyran; chard; chocolate and sea salt cookies. It would have been good at the best of times. But, as self-isolation begins to take its toll, however beautiful the surroundings, the simplicity of the food, particularly fresh bread, collected from a beach hut on the Menai Straits, was nectar of the gods:-

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2 thoughts on “Tide

  1. Kate Woodhead says:

    So pleased for you.I appreciate your photographs but feel the isolation will be hard when your life in London is so varied and full. Start painting, or just drawing, challenging and enjoyable too.

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