We carried on through Nantwich at 17mph zipping through the traffic heading for Winsford. When Gary was working for the Coal Board he had visited Winsford to look at the rock salt mine there which to this day remains the largest producer in the UK.
From there it was onwards and upwards to Warrington – we refrained from visiting the Bianchi Bike shop we spotted! Warrington looked like a genteel northern throw back, a quiet pretty town with lots of bridges. We have a good friend who originates from Warrington and sings with a close harmony group “Eu41A”.
|Arrival at our camp for the night|
This was our best camp site so far - with our own family of ducks (mallards – including 4 babies) - quite tame and waiting to be fed - a bit like us really!