Most of today was spent walking a section of the Cheshire Sandstone Ridge high up over Frodsham looking out over the sweep of the Mersey and in the distance the brown square of the Anglican Cathedral and the Radio City Tower of Liverpool.
We had printed the map and directions for the walk from the page on the internet and it was one of those walks where you continually misjudge how far you need to go until you get to the next direction. So along the way there were one or two wrong turnings and retracing our steps. We were consoled by two ladies who were walking in sensible shoes and a good map. For every wrong turn we took they seemed to do another so we kept doubling past each other other.
Back home I made a tub of liquorice ice cream and two dozen meringues ready for lunch tomorrow.
I should mention that the recipe for the liquorice ice cream comes courtesy of The Good Things Cafe and that we are listening to to Gladys Knight & the Pips singing Midnight Train to Georgia.