I joined the girls again this morning for another Sunday morning walk. It was overcast but warm and muggy.
We met up at the car park at the local fishing lakes and walked along the lane and across onto the headlands, with good views of the castle and a yacht race that was taking place.
Once in Peel, we walked along the promenade, crossed the swing bridge and then along the breakwater, watching the fishermen trying their luck from the harbour wall.
We walked back past the lifeboat station and along the quayside to follow the river path inland as far as The Raggatt, where we struggled up the bank onto the road bridge above.
From here it was a good walk back along the road into Peel and back along the coast to the fishing lakes, where the cafe/restaurant had just opened - time for tea and a flapjack after our 2 hour walk.
I am exhausted.
I bet you are tired but happy! What a great way to spend time together. A beautiful area! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thank you for visiting, Ellen. Glad you enjoyed sharing my walk!Delete
What is that scary thing in the bottom lefthand corner of the second photo? It gives me the willies.ReplyDelete
Ah. That could be ET, or my friend's wrist as she reached over to point to something.Delete
Good for you! I don't think you can a beat walk in pleasant weather and what wonderful views you have. You must have walked at least 5 miles or six in two hours...ReplyDelete
It certainly felt like it!Delete