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#398062 - 29th Mar 2010 1:40am Nice day out in Hoylake..Big Mistake
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2 weeks ago me and my daughter decided to take 2 of the dogs to Hoylake where we assumed the beach is much cleaner oshocked
Big mistake
Before we left to go get the train lovely and clean thumbsup



Hoylake














cry we had to get the train home too



think we will stick to New Brighton in future
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#398068 - 29th Mar 2010 7:22am Re: Nice day out in Hoylake..Big Mistake [Re: Tilly]
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LoL at least you didnt drive back

Bet that took some bathing to get off
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#398158 - 29th Mar 2010 6:09pm Re: Nice day out in Hoylake..Big Mistake [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Too many photos


for who???

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#398159 - 29th Mar 2010 6:18pm Re: Nice day out in Hoylake..Big Mistake [Re: Tilly]
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I thought everyone knew not to walk on the beach beyond the lifeboat station.

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#398160 - 29th Mar 2010 6:21pm Re: Nice day out in Hoylake..Big Mistake [Re: Anonymous]
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#398161 - 29th Mar 2010 6:21pm Re: Nice day out in Hoylake..Big Mistake [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
I thought everyone knew not to walk on the beach beyond the lifeboat station.


what you on about???? the beach was between Hoylake and Meols,
there are no signs to say not too.
whats that got to do with
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too many photos anyway
duh


Edited by Tilly (29th Mar 2010 6:22pm)

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#398167 - 29th Mar 2010 7:13pm Re: Nice day out in Hoylake..Big Mistake [Re: Tilly]
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Tilly, wet sand can often SPELL DANGER, thats unless you know the the same area is dry prior to tide been in.
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#398172 - 29th Mar 2010 7:30pm Re: Nice day out in Hoylake..Big Mistake [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Too many photos


Too many pointless words (above).

Bet the dogs loved it. We went to West Kirby and Sooty (the old dog) lay down in the mud. Bath time when we got home, but fun.
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#398188 - 29th Mar 2010 7:59pm Re: Nice day out in Hoylake..Big Mistake [Re: Capt_America]
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That is mostly Meols beach. It will be like that at this time of year. The section you walked through between the old baths site in Hoylake to Dovepoint slipway in Meols is the muddiest section of the lot. I would not walk that way any time of year. The best route to avoid getting caked in mud I recommend is the section from Kings Gap Hoylake to Red rocks at the end of Stanley road. From there you could walk the next part to West Kirby. They are the best parts of the beach over here. Caldy beach to Thurstuson is another good one.

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#398198 - 29th Mar 2010 8:21pm Re: Nice day out in Hoylake..Big Mistake [Re: KevinFinity]
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think we will stick to New Brighton in future


Looks like you 'stuck to' Hoylake from the look of your trainers raftl

Dogs look like they had fun smile
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#398208 - 29th Mar 2010 8:50pm Re: Nice day out in Hoylake..Big Mistake [Re: jimbob]
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Originally Posted By: jimbob
Tilly, wet sand can often SPELL DANGER, thats unless you know the the same area is dry prior to tide been in.

could do with some signs me thinks yes it was fun anyways. happy

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#398209 - 29th Mar 2010 8:52pm Re: Nice day out in Hoylake..Big Mistake [Re: Capt_America]
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Originally Posted By: Capt_America
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Too many photos


Too many pointless words (above).

Bet the dogs loved it. We went to West Kirby and Sooty (the old dog) lay down in the mud. Bath time when we got home, but fun.

they sure did happy we walked to Moreton station from Hoylake hoping it would dry them out a bit no such luck tho no

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#398210 - 29th Mar 2010 8:56pm Re: Nice day out in Hoylake..Big Mistake [Re: KevinFinity]
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Originally Posted By: KevinFinity
That is mostly Meols beach. It will be like that at this time of year. The section you walked through between the old baths site in Hoylake to Dovepoint slipway in Meols is the muddiest section of the lot. I would not walk that way any time of year. The best route to avoid getting caked in mud I recommend is the section from Kings Gap Hoylake to Red rocks at the end of Stanley road. From there you could walk the next part to West Kirby. They are the best parts of the beach over here. Caldy beach to Thurstuson is another good one.


thumbsup thanks for that Kevin.
we were going to go to west Kirby today, thought the weather was going to be like yesterday, anyway we will have to wait a week or so now laffin

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#398212 - 29th Mar 2010 8:57pm Re: Nice day out in Hoylake..Big Mistake [Re: MissGuided]
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Originally Posted By: Snooze
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think we will stick to New Brighton in future


Looks like you 'stuck to' Hoylake from the look of your trainers raftl

Dogs look like they had fun smile


raftl I know, they were Lacoste too laugh
they loved it snooze thumbsup

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#398217 - 29th Mar 2010 9:27pm Re: Nice day out in Hoylake..Big Mistake [Re: Tilly]
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great pics...
I can see two members of your expedition who would not hesitate going back for another go....
Lovely dogs by the way..

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