It draws so ever closer. Our bodies must have known as they woke very, very early for have us enjoy the view we have woken to every day we have been here at Rob and Mary’s. The tide was in, the boats were standing upright as they floated at their moorings and it was clear right across the River Dee to Wales. Squirrels with their bushy tails held high were scurrying about in the green yard below as they competed with the many birds for their morning breakfast and there was not a breath of wind. A lone, soundless airliner, high in the sky, was leaving its long, white vapour trail stretching behind. It was a morning not to be wasted. With no-one about, a ride was in order. We covered ground not before ridden … by us … and a few hours later returned.
Cleaned and oiled the bikes, did the washing, watched Wimbledon (Barty lost, Ebden lost, Gavrilova lost, Di Minaur lost, Kyrgios lost,), cheered England to a win over Sweden in the World Cup (2-0) and went out and enjoyed dinner with Rob and Mary at “Vikings” restaurant in West Kirby. Another full and satisfying day of
this wonderful stay.
Tot: 2.868s; Tpl: 0.014s; cc: 10; qc: 53; dbt: 0.0247s; 2; m:saturn w:www (18.104.22.168); sld: 1;
; mem: 1.4mb