A bit iffy today, mostly dry but quite mizzly and misty during the middle of the day, still it was dry for packing up and more or less dry when we set up. Today was a big day for us, it is the day that we moved out of Wales and back into England, well Cheshire to be precise.
Incidentally, if you remember there was a huge road sign welcoming us to Wales, however, not a murmur from either side as we departed / re-entered – How rude!
Once settled onto our new pitch at Wirral Country Park, we went to explore our new surroundings. This is the view across the Dee Estuary from some of the pitches on site.
So it will come as no great surprise that the walk from the site to the beach was a short one! Well when I say beach it really is a small strip of stony, course, orange sand and then miles of rather muddy sand at low tide.
Today we walked south for a couple of miles before returning slightly inland via the Wirral Way and almost saw a bit of sunshine!
Passing through this curiously named Bridge on the way.
Two thoughts of the day:
I think we shall enjoy exploring our new location, more walking and less driving.
Poppydog will not be ‘off roading’ with all that muddy sand out there!