Some time ago now, I enjoyed an 8 km stroll along the changing shore of Parkgate and Neston. This area has undergone massive changes since the days nearly 300 years ago when it was a major seaport.
More of that later, after we’ve returned to repeat the walk on the evening of 31 March. All are welcome.
We’ll be calling in at the Harp for a tipple, of course.
[Sorry about the delay – I’ve been wrestling with a lack of disc space/too many photos/etc – I really will try to catch up. But we are out ‘Walkies’ again tomorrow…]
Postscript: Six of us did enjoy the evening walk, the report on which is here. What we didn’t see on that walk were the egrets and the distinctive trill of the whirling curlew on the brisk wind that accompanied me on 9 March.