They meet up every month on a Sunday morning in town. I don't usually go to them but they recently started going to a little cafe out of town in the mid week. I really enjoyed this and decided to cycle there the last time. Just a quick cycle through a few parks, along a trail and through a less savoury town road to cross the Manchester Ship Canal locks over to the cafe. We had a good chat, drank coffee, laughed a lot. Rather than go back the same way, I decided to try a new way home, over Woolston Eyes, which is an area renowned for its wild life. It lies just off the Ship Canal, sandwiched between the A57 and the M6 at Thelwall Viaduct, not an area you would expect an area rich in nature.
Here are a few photos to show you, from the Locks at Latchford, back to Woolston Eyes. Sorry for the photo heavy post.
|Well I just had to prove I was on my bike!|
I think that's all for tonight. Next time I think you can take a look around the Ellesmere Port Boat Museum, where we went recently.
My blog has been sadly lacking over the last month or two, it's hard to catch up. I really will try to scan my coastal walk/ride around the Isle of Man soon.