Monthly Archives: July 2020

A walk with nature.

On Friday afternoon I was back in Sefton village to retrace my steps on part of the walk that I had done earlier in the week. The stretch along the bank of the River Alt was very colourful with both … Continue reading

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A Sefton Stroll

Yesterday I went for another local walk with a couple of friends in the countryside around the village of Sefton. We parked at The Punchbowl in Sefton Village close to the historic St Helen’s Church.                                      After a couple of … Continue reading

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Stormy Seas.

It was wild and windy as I walked along the beach this morning. It was high tide and as I approached the coastguard station the waves were crashing over onto the prom. Time to take a step back although it … Continue reading

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