Saturday, July 07, 2007
Today it finally brightened up but it was still windy, so instead of braving the gales around the Marine Lake I took a walk in Ashton Park. This charming park is a hidden jewel of West Kirby. It's always a delight to wander around it. Beside the park runs a coastal footpath called the Wirral Way. Under one of the bridges crossing over the path I saw these two examples of graffiti which really appealed to me.
Also in the park, I came across a book lying on a bench, sealed in a plastic bag. I was delighted to see it was a book someone had released for BOOKCROSSING. It's a P G Wodehoue story I've not read so I'm going to take it to the US with me and release it over there! It will be fun to see what happens to it as I can check its progress on the website. Bookcrossing is a great idea; why not check out the website and release one of your books into the wild?
Tonight I'm off out with part of the Helsby Coven for a "Cruise Night" at the Forest Hills.