On Friday I sold my house and moved away from Aberdovey, and have now moved into my new house, located not far from Chester. It was truly sad to say goodbye to Aberdovey. There are people I will miss very much, and the local scenery is always going to be difficult to beat. However, spring is around the corner and I have a big new garden to play with, an outdoor pizza oven to get to grips with, a lot of decorating to do, plus an impressive number of lovely looking walks, not to mention a serious set of Iron Age hillforts to explore in this part of northeast Wales and west Cheshire. There’s lots to keep me busy.
Thanks very much for visiting Aberdovey Londoner, and particularly to those of you who have signed up to receive automatic notifications when I post something. Thanks too for the many email conversations about the area’s past and about many of the walks I have described. It has been super fun chatting with you.
I’ll leave the blog up and running as an archive, and will certainly add odds and ends to it from time to time, particularly as I intend to be a regular visitor to Aberdovey when lockdown comes to a proper end. I still haven’t finished my Aberdovey/Tywyn hillfort series, and there are many more walks to explore, as well as the beach and dunes to revisit. In the meantime, take care and thanks very much for keeping me company.
My new blog, investigating the area to which I have moved, is at www.basedinchurton.co.uk
My best wishes to everyone, and Happy Valentine’s Day!