A Summer Walk: an interupted post

Love reading your blogs and seeing you’re lovely pictures Roy. Feel I’m there with you.

radical rumblings

Waiting for the tide to turn Waiting for the tide to turn

Chores done, and with a weekend of mixed weather forecast, time for some dog-focused time and a few hours walking and playing with the dogs.  We headed off to the Wirral, through the tunnel,queuing for ages at the toll, down the motorway a couple of stops before heading off towards the Thurstaston cliffs overlooking the Dee estuary.

Time to sit and ponder and gaze down at the waders out in the river, I could hear the familiar cry of the oystercatchers, and just about make them out, but I had forgotten to bring my binoculars, so had to rely on the zoom on my camera.

oystercatchers 2

and closer. . .

oystercatchers

Their are plenty of benches along the top of the cliff, which can be a bit blustery, and further back sheltered by the trees and bushes, where you can sit back and while away the…

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