Monday, March 18, 2013

Vitamin D Morning

We had a quiet night in last night ... only one bottle of wine and a reasonably early night!

I took a pic of William, the second oldest cat, as we really thought he wouldn't last the night.  He is an old boy (18 years old) and is suffering from all sorts of ailments.  He was born on Xmas eve 1995 at the volunteer cattery where Elaine and myself worked (and indeed met.....ahhhh). We took him home when he was 6 weeks old....ahhhh.  Good news is that today he seems a bit better - but hasn't moved much !

So, up early this morning to a brilliant blue sky .. I took the dogs out to catch some much needed Vitamin Ds!

It didn't last long and soon clouded over and then rained again!  Whilst I was out Elaine took some pics of our local ducks scrapping ... must be something to do with breeding season I presume?

The rest of the day was spent discussing the next stage of the big adventure; we are not going anywhere at the mo but still think that we should start to get some sort of plan together re property and finances etc!

Later in the afternoon we left our delightful mooring on the Gurnett Aqueduct and went for a walk up to Sutton village.

We stopped at the Sutton Hall Pub for a pint and crisps ...

I.M.H.O. this is the best pub we have been to on our travels, and we have been to a few!

It has some history with Lord Lucans relatives!

Great pub, good food and dog friendly....

Just perfect.

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