Sunday, 15 March 2009

Over and out.

Time for family OTW to say goodbye to California till autumn/fall.....so a very big thanks to Vinogirl,La Serenissima and all!....see you later.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

You coming back to the UK then,I suppose we better lock the doors and windows,just in case :-)

monkey said...

ha ha ha thisguys a funny one, yeah my sides split. Whats your name again??

Thud said...

anon...only if you owe me money!

Anonymous said...

It was just a wind up I did put a smiley on the comment,the weather today on Wirral was nice and sunny but cool,West Kirby was busy on the prom,found an old Wirral Journal with a map showing the supposed route of the Roman road line from Meols to Chester,so did a little stroll from Meols to Pensby with usual detours and realised my father in laws house is on the route he does have an old land drain on the edge of his garden,so I may do a bit of digging next to it.

Thud said...

Anon...monkey is young and over enthusiastic! When my sister vinogirl arrives in May we plan to do some walking starting from shotwick...any ideas?....is there evidence for the Roman road.If I see you digging ditches on my travels I'll beep!

Trubes said...

Hello Thud,
Welcome back to the UK. (when you arrive)
The weather has been lovely for a few days but it's grey and overcast today.

It is generally believed that our summer will start in April, so hopefully, you will be home in time for a bit of sunshine!

I've been off-line for a while as PC packed up, I have replied to your last comments on my site and have done an up-date too!

Hope all are well.

Di.x

Anonymous said...

Shotwick to me is the end of the world but look out for the arrow sharpening marks on the church wall,from there it depends which way you want to go into Wales or to Chester otherwise go north to Hadlow road you can pick up the Wirral way and go to West Kirby you can drop off and go to Neston or Parkgate for an ice cream and you can carry on along the the Dee and watch the birdies on the marsh, you can stop off a Thurstaston for a nice cup of tea etc and go to the dungeons or carry on along the way or the cliffs to West Kirby,I usually go by bike,to Hooton and follow the back roads to Ellesmere port then take the canal route to Chester have a nice cream tea next to Chester cathedral and then cycle home the 14miles to Heswall,the old roman road they have found bits of it and the rest is guesswork.

DirtCrashr said...

See you next time perhaps if you get down this way and want to do a bit of Saturday shootin' - Family day (Juniors actually) is the second Sat. and it's free for everyone.