Choc-chip at Coalport

A fine, warm Easter Sunday – can we enjoy an outing without tangling with the crowds?  As expected, we meet no-one on the first couple of miles, down to the old railway line. There we’re passed by a couple of cyclists – then there’s a little passing traffic at the Coalport bridge. After crossing the Severn, we follow the old Coalport railway as far as the china museum – and the youth hostel… Their café is open, there are tables free outside and they’re well-stocked with choc-chip shortbread… Half-an-hour later, we’ve crossed the river again and we’re passing the Boat (doing a good trade in its riverside garden). Then no-one else, apart from a couple of walkers, as we make our way back up the Dingle and head for home. I think we succeeded!

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