Our neighbor

Let me present you our neighbor. It appears uninvited but we like him very much and he is always welcome. He never accepts something to eat and I tried to persuade him with all kinds of food, even special food for him. He talks endlessly. Yesterday he stood with me in the kitchen while I […]

My name day

Yesterday was my name day, we celebrated with a chocolate cheesecake, a special dinner and a lovely walk. We visited Wirral Transport Museum as well. We had the opportunity to take a ride in the tram 20, from 1901. Pretty high, isn’t it? The Ferry to Liverpool. Back to the museum. There are some interesting […]

Leasowe Lighthouse

Leasowe Lighthouse, the first brick built lighthouse in UK. It’s here, on the north coast of Wirral, to the Irish sea. It was build in 1763 by the Mersey Docks and Harbour Authority. The lighthouse is 101 ft tall and it’s the second oldest brick built lighthouse in Europe. It has a nice history, one […]

BioBlitz

We participated at BioBlitz in Parkgate. Friday it was the bat walk and on Saturday we were able to participate at 3 walks: Flora of the Sea Wall, lead by Dr Hilary Ash; Kids Bug Hunt and Butterfly Walk, lead by Dr Adam Britt. Bat walk It was our first bat walk. I love this […]

Insanity

Today we finished insanity!!! I am so happy with the results! I let the numbers & pictures to speak for themselves. My results in resistance and power: Fit test – day 1 Fit test – last day Switch Kicks 52 98 Power Jacks 40 61 Power Knees 60 81 Power Jumps 16 41 Globe Jumps […]

Birkenhead Park

We took the tour of Birkenhead park and it was a lovely lesson of history. We’ve been here before to feed birds and squirrels and we saw the poster with the guided tours. I had no idea it would be so interesting. Birkenhead park is the first public funded park in the world, in 1847. […]