After a cooked breakfast, I packed up some baking stuff and various pots, and delivered Laura’s car back to her without a scratch, leaving Storm and Max on the boat.
While Summer had her morning nap we made party buns and then once she was awake we played with her – it’s a tough life!!
Storm rang to say he was on his way over with Max and he arrived in time for a coffee before it was time for us to head back to the boat. Laura dropped us off in town to catch the bus. However, the bus system in Chester is overly complicated and it took us a while to fathom out where we needed to be as we discovered that not all buses leave from the bus station. After a trek half way across town we finally located bus shelter known as S6F which was opposite M&S. Here we met a couple off a neighbouring boat to us who had also found the bus system confusing – we were reassured by this.
The bus stopped opposite the pub in Christleton – which beckoned as we passed, but it disappointed as it had had a ‘gastro’ makeover and was an eatery with delusions of grandeur rather than a pub! It was probably just as well that we headed home early as I’d promised to provide the evening meal for family members staying over tomorrow and so I spent the rest of the evening preparing these.