After 2 hours I had had enough, so didn't stay for the shanty music and the council bods who were coming along later to re-launch a 'fish trail' that you can follow round Hull town.
This is Sammy Salmon below, number 1 on the fish trail list I believe, sitting beside Scale Lane Bridge, which crosses the River Hull : )
The tidal barrier off to the left below, prevents flooding further along the river during spring and winter high tides. Beyond it lays the River Humber which is tidal and thus the reason we need that added flood protection.
I haven't been back but I bet the few crabs we left here and there were liberated lol
This is the other side of Scale Bridge on old town's side. Looking east towards an uninspiring hotel!
I stumbled on this natty blocking idea for those who crochet, or knit,
squares, it's worth a look, it would never have occurred to me to do this!
Living alone and being solely responsible for all the bills,
I've recently begun to wonder about those others who
share my home and don't pay any rent ~
they do okay I reckon, despite it being such a hard life lol
Just look at her right paw tucked up at her chest - this is as close as she's comfortable being, on the chair arm next to me.