We only managed two night together in the motorhome, we were visited by the Macmillan nurse and the local GP who decided that Elaine couldn't be looked after in the van.
Within two hours of the GPs visit she had found Elaine a place in the East Cheshire Hospice which is located in Macclesfield.
It was a very emotional move but she is in a much place with unbelievable care and love from the staff and volunteers at the hospice.
As I said on an earlier post I wanted to put happy pics on the blog from now on, so what could be a better place to start than with a visit from the happy hatted boaters. This is the group that we spent two winters with at Aston Marina plus spent the winter down Mojacar with four of them.
They hired a minibus so they could all come up together.
They are the most wonderful group of peeps you could ever meet, it was lovely to catch up and to bring a smile to Elaine's lovely face.
I should also mention another good friend from Mojacar has flown up to visit Elaine, Wendy is staying in Macclesfield and will fly back to sunny Spain on Tuesday, she is another special generous person.
The boater bruvvers, L/R Andy (NB Festina Lente) Gordon (NB Ewn Ha Cul) Ray (NB Ferndale) Roly (NB Klara)
The boater sistas Bev (NB Klara) Dot (NB Ewn Ha Cul) Diane (NB Ferndale) Sue (NB Festina Lente)
In the evening Wendy joined us for the dinner at one of the best pubs in the UK (Sutton Hall)
Unfortunately Elaine couldn't be there with us.
I took the doggies of course, Sammie always enjoys catching up with his old mates.
Thanks guys it was lovely to see you xxxx