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West Kirby Boating Lake

The children and I took a stroll around West Kirby boating lake one Saturday afternoon whilst Lou did the shopping. It was cold, with a northerly wind blowing, although this didn’t put the kids off wanting ice cream! Although, to be honest, there is never a bad time to have ice cream!!

Water like a mirror

Water like a mirror

Tranquility

Tranquility

Dark and Moody boating lake

Dark and Moody boating lake

Writing your name in the sand

Writing your name in the sand

Siblings loving each other...for once!

Siblings loving each other…for once!

There is never a bad time to have donuts!

There is never a bad time to have donuts!

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Pictures from across the River Mersey

A few photos taken recently from the Wirral side of the River Mersey looking across to the beautiful skyline of Liverpool.

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HMS Illustrious docked in Liverpool

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A stroll in the evening sun

Currently, Louise and I are enjoying a few kid free days as they are having a holiday at their Grandparents in Lincolnshire. You would think that as this doesn’t happen very often we would be making the most of it and going out most evenings? Unfortunately this hasn’t been the case as Lou is currently in the middle of a course that has 2 exams (all done by Friday though, YIPPEEE) and there is just far too much good sport on TV to necessitate leaving the house. However, this evening it was beautiful with lovely warm sun and a lush blue sky – perfect weather for a stroll and take pictures. The area around New Brighton on the Wirral has recently undergone a huge development with the building of a new leisure complex (cinema, casino etc) and a number of bars, restaurants and coffee shops. I have to say that it is a massive improvement on what was there before, and given the number of people who were taking advantage of the facilities, I would say lots of other people think the same way.


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