I've been busy today replacing the fence panels at the bottom of the garden and after lunch Chris announced she really fancied going for a walk. As the weather was nice I thought why not.
Now most visitors to Chester love the city but there is an area well known to the locals but, it seems, not to most of the tourists. We have not walked this area completely and so we did today. Now if you walk the city walls at one point you come to the groves, A lovely area down by the river Dee
|The Groves seen from the suspension bridge
|Chester boats loaded with hen party groups leave for a night of fun.
|St Johns church nestles amongst the houses on the river bank
|Our clubhouse with canoe racks and lovely little gazebo to the right
|Believe it or not there is a river behind these trees
|The view Chris and I have of the dinghy park when we are sailing
|The command centre or OOD box (OOD = Officer Of the the Day) All dinghy
racing is controlled from here.
|Could not resist photographing this. Such a rural view considering we are only
a half mile out of town
|One could imaging the view the owners of those houses have.
|On the way back we stopped to photograph the boathouse.
Love the beach huts
Well after all that walking my bed beckons so.... TTFN for now