Heading to the back of Frodsham we parked in the Beacon Hill car park. 8 well wrapped up ramblers set off. Wonderful views across the mersey estuary, as well as a discussion as to whether we liked or disliked the wind turbines, which were majestically generating electricity. We wandered through a few fields and paths along the edge of Frodsham Golf Course. Where were the golfers, are they not as hardy as Whitley WI? .
Narrow overgrown paths led us to a glutton of blackberries, which were duely picked, and the conversation changed to whether or not to make a pie? with or without apples?, or a crumble to avoid a “soggy bottom”.
All our efforts made us hungry, and the Ring ‘O Bells at Overton near Frodsham was our destination. Home cooked food and lots of chatter followed.
Pat G and Rita amongst the blackberries
It was noted that last September this was also our lunch stop on what was proved to be the hottest day of the year…. What a difference a year makes!
The Lunch group: Rita, Joan, Jenny, Jean, Susan, Ann and Pat G
Thank You to Ann again for checking the walk and booking us in for lunch.