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Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Dunham Massey

This mornings walkies took us on a new route to explore, all the years we have been coming to Lymm we have never walked this way before, we found the ruins of an old Slitting Mill and it is just off the towpath.

A mid morning walk around the village and a stop off to see the dinosaur footprint was a bit of a let down, the glass over the footprint made it impossible to see anything. Doesn't compare to the footprint we found on a Northumbria beach a few years ago. 
A slight rain shower caught us out, the first bit of rain we have seen this week, wasn't much anyway.

About lunch time we set off cruising to stop off at Spud wood so B could have a run off the lead, its well worth stopping to let dogs run free.




 On our return, something to eat and an afternoon nap. Off again and passed Hesford Marine, to fill up with diesel, this is where our fit-out took place 5 - 7 years ago. The place has been sold to new owners.

We filled up with much needed water at Agden, next to Ye Old Nr 3 Inn, it was only a short trip to our final mooring destination across from Dunham Hall.








500 year old oak tree

Mr B’s evening walk was around Dunham Massey Grounds, it’s dogs on leads at all times due to the deer roaming freely, and my lad would have had great fun chasing them all around.
A lot of Deer

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