Mileaters ladies amble along Weymouth seafront
Free from lockdown, seven ladies and a dog met up at the end of Bincleaves Rd, Weymouth and proceeded along through the Nothe Fort gardens, down to the old harbour and along to the beach of Weymouth sea front.
After a coffee stop and loo break, on the sea front, it was onward into the Lorton Valley Nature Reserve. We were hoping to see the Marsh Harriers, but our luck wasn't in.
Walking back to the Sea Life Centre car park, where we met up with Katie (a very brave soul with her poorly hip) who walked with us along the esplanade to the King Edward fish and chip shop. A delightful lunch was had by all, sitting and looking out over the bay at the cruise liners. Here there was a parting of the ways as some wanted to pop into shops and others had to simply get back.
As luck would have it, it started to drizzle with rain as we got back to the cars. So nice to be out again with other people and have a good natter. That's just what we do best!