Red Lion Hotel
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We left Gomersal early - about 8 - to go home. A good day for driving, dry but cool and cloudy so that day trippers would not be encouraged. And what a contrast to Friday the trip was. Very smooth and with light traffic all the way until Stansted Airport. Even with a stop at the services (the worst coffee at Starbucks I have ever tasted) it took us little ...
This morning we drove over to Wilmslow where I lived until I was 18. I hadn't been back since 1970 so it was fascinating to see how things had changed. We had two houses there and, actually, neither had changed that much. Wilmslow as a town has definitely gone up market but it had a nice artisan market and we had a good lunch there. Driving back we met Angela's mum and dad and her sister and ...
... to the accident. It was nasty. Two cars and a van in a high speed shunt. The car in the middle was just about destroyed. Every body had to crawl past on the hard shoulder. At least we could now move but being so much later we now hit rush hour traffic and it was painfully slow between Cambridge and Huntingdon. Eventually we arrived at Gomersal just before 8! But we finished with a nice meal in the Wheatsheaf, including a birthday cake and ...
... and we benefitted by getting a little help along the way. They loved it and said it made their holiday! We left them at Salt's Mill then after lunch we pushed on, through another triple lock at Field, and onto to Dobson Lock. Altogether I skippered Dolly through 14 locks. I'm feeling very proud of myself.
After an overnight stay at Dobson Lock ...
... 8220;Potts blue” face, and the hauntingly beautiful Bolton Priory, half destroyed, half fully functional church. We had
a good talk with a lady volunteering as a host at the priory. Weather was
fairly cold with showers, but not too wet. We crossed the first of many stiles,
and met some other walkers, including a mother and daughter and their two border-terrier
dogs who were walking even further than us that day.