Tuesday, 9 October 2007

Quality time spent at home

Yesterday I returned from a week's holiday back home with my parents in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire. The week was punctuated by several leisurely walks, a trip to watch Blackpool vs. Plymouth Argyle, several nice meals and cosy evenings in, plus a late-afternoon walk to Lytham via Fairhaven, Granny's Bay and Lytham Green, a "couple of pints" of delicious ale at The Taps, then a walk back to The Fairhaven for fish and chips.

Before I post the photos, I'd better explain the first one. It was taken at around midday last Thursday and is a picture of the 6th green of the world's best mini-golf course and one of the world's best links courses per se. Being a plateau green, it was always a fiendishly difficult hole to negotiate during my childhood, and probably still would be now. For some reason, there wasn't any flag on the green when I took the photo - despite other holes being in play. However, thanks to Dad and his computer wizardry, the photo below now comes with a big fat virtual flag.

(This is the first set of photos. More to come..)

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